100 Most Influential People Slideshow - Risk Managers and Bankers

See the risk managers and bankers from Treasury & Risk's 2012 100 Most Influential People in Finance List.

Risk Managers

Grace CricketteGrace Crickette
Chief Risk Officer

University of California

Crickette is credited with saving the university considerable sums with her initiatives, which include putting in place safety programs, improving claims management systems, developing risk financing strategies and implementing ERM throughout the university.

 

 

 

See more of the executives on the 2012 100 Most Influential People in Finance List.


See the 2011 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance here.


Dorothy GjerdrumDorothy Gjerdrum
Chair, U.S. Technical Advisory Group for ISO 31000 & Executive Director, Public Entity & Scholastic

Arther J. Gallagher

As ISO 31000, an international risk management standard, gains users among U.S. companies, Gjerdrum serves as chair of the U.S. Technical Advisory Group, which worked on the draft standard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

David IngramDavid Ingram
EVP

Willis Re

Ingram provides thought leadership on the theory and practice of enterprise risk management for insurers. As a member of Willis Re’s analytics teams, he works with insurers on practical ways to employ ERM to determine strategies and actions to enhance their risk-adjusted value.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul SobelPaul Sobel
Chief Audit Executive and VP

Georgia Pacific

Sobel is a thought leader on the topics of risk management, internal audit and governance, and has written three books, including “Auditor’s Risk Management Guide: Integrating Auditing and ERM.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thomas WilsonThomas Wilson
Chief Risk Officer

Allianz

Wilson oversees risk for the global insurer, which handles both property and casualty and life, as well as having an asset management arm. He is driving its preparations for Solvency II and won kudos for his work steering Allianz through the financial crisis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bankers

Scott BartonScott Barton
Co-CEO, International Banking

RBS

Barton was named co-CEO of international banking, a unit combining the bank’s global banking and markets operations with the international arm of its global transaction services business, in January. Previously, he was CEO of global transaction services, where he refocused strategy and helped drive the business forward.

 

 

 

 

 

Paul CampPaul Camp
Managing Director & Global Cash Management Executive

J.P. Morgan Treasury Services

Camp provides strong leadership for the bank’s innovative cross-border payable, receivable, liquidity and balance management solutions. He has been instrumental in leading the efforts to expand J.P. Morgan’s treasury services operations globally.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter CherecwichPeter Cherecwich
COO, Corporate & Institutional Services

Northern Trust

In 2011, Cherecwich led Northern Trust in making and integrating two strategic acquisitions that built the asset servicing unit’s capabilities in the growing areas of hedge fund administration and ETF back-office services. Cherecwich’s unit also took on large new clients in Australia, Asia and the Middle East last year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steve EllisSteve Ellis
EVP & Head of Wholesale Services

Wells Fargo & Co.

Ellis oversaw the successful integration of Wells Fargo’s and Wachovia’s wholesale banking platforms while still pushing innovation. Customers using commercial/corporate mobile banking grew 144% year-over-year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeff FickeJeff Ficke
Director of Treasury Management & SVP

Fifth Third Bancorp

Ficke’s leadership has propelled strong growth in Fifth Third’s treasury management business. He has developed robust analytics and reporting teams in the unit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael FossacecaMichael Fossaceca
Regional Head of Client Sales Management for Corporates, North America & Managing Director

Citi Transaction Services

Amid increasingly complex regulatory challenges, Fossaceca and his team of more than 100 banking specialists come up with customized solutions for 3,000 clients in North America. The team helps optimize liquidity and create efficiencies in working capital management.

 

 

 

 

Shahrokh MoinianShahrokh Moinian
Head of Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates, the Americas, Global Transaction Banking

Deutsche Bank

Moinian drives significant added value in working capital for Americas-based corporates leveraging the bank’s next-generation treasury solutions. By coupling Deutsche Bank's strong North American franchise and its century-old presence in Latin America with 21st century innovations, he advances treasury efficiencies region-wide.

 

 

 

 

Diana ReyesDiane Reyes
Global Head of Payments & Cash Management

HSBC

Reyes’ position is a new one for HSBC and underscores the bank’s continued commitment to investing in its payments and cash management business. She joined HSBC last year from Citi and has 20 years of experience in financial services.

 

 

 

 

 

Paul SimpsonPaul Simpson
Head of Global Transaction Banking
Bank of America Merrill Lynch

As head of Global Transaction Banking, which combines the bank’s treasury solutions and global custody and agency services units, Simpson leads efforts to provide cash management to 97% of Fortune 1000 companies. Since signing on last year, he has added resources in Asia, EMEA and Latin America.


 

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