Reval, the leading providers of Software as a Service (Saas) solutions for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM) has announced the addition of three senior consultants to its North America team.
Swelling the ranks are Dennis Carey, Eric Kaplan and Zachary Pryde, each of whom bring with them a wealth of consulting and practical experience. Carey, who has more than two decades of accounting, finance and treasury experience, joins the company from Hasbro, the world’s second largest game and toy company, where he was Vice President and Assistant Treasurer. Kaplan, who specialises in cash management, has held senior positions at GE Capital, PepsiCo and Columbia University, where he also oversaw treasury operations. Pryde previously served in the Treasury Advisory Practice at Deloitte & Touche and as Senior Equities Trader at T3 Trading Group.
“More powerhouse brands in the Fortune 500 and Global 500 are seeking our help in centralizing controls as they expand operations into markets outside the U.S. and Canada,” said Tracey Ferguson Knight, Director of Solution Consulting, Americas. “These complex, global organizations trust Reval because our solution consultants have walked in their shoes as treasury and risk management practitioners or have advised treasury organizations as part of their jobs at respected consulting firms. Professionals like Dennis, Eric, and Zach can demonstrate what is possible for these organizations using SaaS TRM technology. We are fortunate to have them on board.”
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