Douglas Hartsema, a 25-year banking veteran, has joined Huntington Bank as a senior vice president and director of treasury management. He will be responsible for expanding Huntington’s treasury management business. Hartsema reports to Jim Dunlap, senior executive vice president and regional and commercial banking director.
Hartsema most recently worked at JPMorgan Chase as a managing director in charge of the receivables business. Prior to joining Chase, Hartsema worked at Wachovia Bank and Trust Company, where he headed treasury services. Also at Wachovia, Hartsema led institutional trust and was a banking operations executive in charge of the operational components of the entire treasury management product suite.
A graduate of Wake Forest University with a bachelor’s in economics, Hartsema is the 2010 vice chairman of the Association for Work Process Improvement, a former board member of the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) and a former member of VISA’s electronic payments advisory board.
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