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|802-Where are all the Jobs?|
The role of treasurer
as we’ve known it has changed and expanded, according to the
Understand how to leverage your skills, experience, academic background to get their next job.
|Identify growth companies, industries, geographies, functions that are in need of your skills, experience, background|
|Assimilate with panelists who've successfully maneuvered into new positions, companies, positions, companies, industries, regions, roles.|
Senior Vice President, Treasury & Payment Solutions, Webster Bank
Larry and his team of Commercial Deposit and Payment professionals work with Webster’s customers to increase profits by collecting receivables, disbursing funds and investing cash more efficiently and cost effectively, and by providing timely information on their cash flow position. He has over 30 years of banking experience including cash management systems, bank operations and product management. He joined Webster’s management team in 1995 to design, implement and deliver Cash Management services to commercial clients.
Larry serves on the New England ACH Board of Directors, NACHA’s Internet Council on internet payments, the Treasury Management of New England membership committee and is a frequent speaker on Fraud Awareness and other payment industry trends and issues. Active in the community, Larry currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Connecticut Chapter of the Red Cross and the United Way of Connecticut/211 Call Center. Larry also serves on the Southern Connecticut University School of Business Finance Advisory Board. He was recently elected by the School of Business as a honorary member of the Delta Mu Delta Business Honor Society. Larry received his BA from Western Connecticut State University and is a graduate of the University of Virginia Graduate School of Banking in cooperation with the Consumer Banking Association. Larry has also completed the UCONN MBA Business Mastery Program. He is a member of the Central Connecticut Association for Financial Professionals as well as the National Association for Financial Professionals (AFP). Larry holds the Certified Treasury Professional designation for the AFP.
Kleber Gallardo– CEO & Founder of Alivia Capital L.L.C.
2009 Kleber founded Alivia Capital a technology services company that focuses on building high performance, quality and scalable systems required by complex trading systems. Over the last 20 years Kleber has perfected this valuable expertise by building high performance trading systems in multiple currencies and multiple languages for most of the major financial institutions servicing hundreds of thousands of clients. Quality and reliability are key criteria in the financial applications. Therefore Kleber’s vision for Alivia is to be recognized as the premiere resource for exceptional development methodology these valued applications and their challenging deadlines require. Today Kleber directs his own team of professional resources. His clients know of his reputation and have full confidence their applications will meet and exceed expectations.
In his prior position he was a principal partner and Chief Technology Officer. He was responsible for the development and deployment of the number one billing system in the world for asset managers. As VP Technology State Street Bank his development team supported the highly respected trading floor and State Street’s institutional clients. As Chief Architect he managed a team of developers to launch State Street’s flagship application FX Global Order Management one of the largest foreign exchange systems in the world.
Kleber is well known for his exceptional work as well as through his professional MIT network. His connections have produced engineering opportunities for strategic partnerships with resources here in the U.S., Argentina, China, and India. Each partnership selected for their unique skills to produce exceptional value. His vision is to be recognized for exceptional quality development methodology for high valued applications with challenging deadlines.
Kleber is frequently asked to present to business associations and graduate students on Cloud Computing technology, Neural Networks and Business Intelligence.
Kleber holds a MS in Robotic from MIT, a degree in Mechanical Engineering in Robotics from Columbia University, NYC and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York. He’s also finishing a Business Management Degree at the Harvard University Extension School.
Carll Wilkinson, Managing Partner, Executive Search Group
A graduate of Fordham University, Carll is the founder and managing partner of the ESG Banking Practice. In 2011, his team conducted 45 searches for 25 different clients across the Northeast on a Retained, Dedicated, and Contingency basis. For the past three years, ESG has conducted a confidential compensation survey for Commercial Bankers across New England and New York. Carll is a member of the Pinnacle Society, a consortium of 75 of the top boutique executive recruiters in the country. email@example.com; 207 510 6666 X124.
Andy Rosenberg, First Data
Andy Rosenberg is a Vice President for Strategic Sales and Partner Management with First Data, the world’s largest processor of credit card transactions. Over the past 14 years in the payment processing industry he has held a variety of roles, from direct, merchant-level sales and national sales, to sales management, training, and his current role managing First Data’s merchant acquiring business with 12 banks.
Andy holds dual BA degrees in History and Education from Rutgers University and is active in the Hungarian-American community. He lives in New Jersey with his wife and children.