ABM Industries, a US facility services contractor, has appointed D. Anthony Scaglione as vice president and treasurer. In this capacity, Scaglione will develop and lead ABM’s treasury strategy and be responsible for cash management, capital structure, debt management and the company’s bank relationships, including overseeing its syndicated credit facility. He will report to James Lusk, the company’s executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Prior to joining ABM, Scaglione was vice president and assistant treasurer at CA, a multinational computer software company. Scaglione previously was manager of global treasury advisory and risk management at Ernst & Young and, earlier, was the foreign exchange (FX) manager for Sony Music Entertainment.
Scaglione is a CPA and a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) with a dual BS in Finance and Accounting from Rutgers, as well as an MBA degree from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
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