3Delta Systems (3DS), a payment solutions company, has appointed Daniel Miner as general manager of treasury services. As a certified treasury professional with nearly three decades of payments industry experience, Miner will lead 3DS’ business development and help define products in the treasury management segment of the market.
In this role, he will be responsible for strengthening 3DS’ business-to-business (B2B) payments processing platform, broadening its product line for payment receivables and disbursements, as well as enhancing the company’s business processes and organisational controls.
Before joining 3DS, Miner was a principal at Treasury Strategies, a treasury management consultancy where he conducted market analyses, competitive assessments, risk mitigation, web channel optimisation and product deployment.
Between 2004-2008, he served as senior director of electronic cheque and affiliate membership services at the National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA), where he led NACHA’s two largest membership programmes and led risk management initiatives for the automated clearing house (ACH) network.
Previously, he was group product manager at Paymentech, with responsibility for building a new debit payments product group. From 1981 – 2001, he held increasingly responsible management positions at Chicago’s Northern Trust Company overseeing wire transfer and ACH operations, conducting ACH product development and providing treasury management consulting services to Fortune 500 companies.
Earlier in his career, Miner managed precious metals certificate and foreign currency term deposit programmes for Deak International, a New York-based foreign currency and precious metals company. Miner holds a BSc in business administration from the University of Illinois, where he majored in economics.
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