Date: May 30, 2018

Simplify, Consolidate, and Regain Control: How to Thrive in Today’s Pace and Complexity (I)

Session Description

As a finance professional, you must continually adapt to rapidly evolving payment types and channels, changes in the global business environment, and new ways of sharing information. Despite nearly constant change in the finance world, few organizations have gained additional resources or technical expertise to help navigate the complexity of the new normal. Explore practical solutions for simplifying the management of today’s multi-faceted systems.

Speaker Information

Seth Marlowe is a Senior Vice President, Treasury Solutions Consultant and Treasury Insights Leader with Wells Fargo’s Treasury Product Solutions Consulting Group. He works with large corporate and middle market customers with specialization in retail, consumer products, industrial, financial services and fintech companies. Seth is widely known in the industry for his knowledge of treasury solutions, challenges and technology. He offers a unique perspective developed from 20+ years as a treasury practitioner and treasury technology analyst and consultant.

Seth joined Wells Fargo in 2010 as a migration consultant working with the bank’s most highly integrated Wachovia customers. Prior to joining the bank, Seth was the head of product management for GE/GE Capital Corporate Treasury. He led GE’s global treasury workstation, bank connectivity and SWIFT efforts. Seth and his team were recipients of a 2009 Alexander Hamilton Award for treasury technology excellence.

Prior to GE, Seth was the Treasurer of Danone Waters of North America (Dannon/Evian) and was the Manager of Treasury Operations and Technology for PepsiCo. Seth began his career as a Systems Consultant with Ernst & Young.

Seth received an MBA/MIS from the State University of New York at Albany and a BA in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Binghamton. He is a CTP, CPCP (Certified Purchasing Card Professional) and AAP.

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