Treasury Strategies has hired two industry experts: Jim McCormick, as a principal in the treasury technology consulting practice, and Scott Montigelli, as a principal working with both corporate and treasury technology consulting practices.
McCormick will work with corporate clients worldwide to lead the evaluation, selection and implementation of treasury management systems (TMS) and software solutions. He will also help clients develop strategic treasury technology roadmaps to ensure best-in-class treasury practices. McCormick has over 25 years of experience in global treasury operations, treasury software development and system integration. Most recently he served as an implementation specialist for IT2 Treasury Solutions. Previously, he held several positions of increasing authority in the treasury departments of Motorola and AT&T.
Montigelli will help organisations of all sizes evaluate their treasury operations and structure a framework to be more effective and efficient, while leveraging the latest technologies available. He is a certified treasury professional (CTP) and most recently served as a member of the executive board for Kyriba, helping to create and expand their North American footprint. His 17-year career also includes senior management positions with Deloitte & Touche, SunGard Treasury Systems and Merrill Lynch.
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