Reval, the leading global provider of a comprehensive and integrated Software as a Service (SaaS) solution for Treasury and Risk Management (TRM), announced today that it has added three new Solution Consultants to its team in North America.
New hires Dennis Carey, Eric Kaplan, and Zachary Pryde bring strong practitioner and Big 4 advisory experience to companies in the region that are expanding globally.
"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," says 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 onboard."
Dennis Carey has over 20 years of experience in Accounting, Finance and Treasury. Prior to joining Reval he was Vice President and Assistant Treasurer, Capital Markets for Hasbro, the world's second-largest toy and game company. In his position he managed capital structure and policy areas, including long-term debt, foreign exchange and interest rate derivatives, share repurchase policy, dividend policy, and repatriation. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
With nearly 15 years in Finance, Eric Kaplan's focus on cash management spans senior positions at GE Capital and PepsiCo, and most recently at Columbia University, where he established financial controls and policies as Director, Global Cash Management and Treasury Operations. For GE Capital he developed and executed structured transactions, including mid-term and long-term inter-company financing, mutli-billion dollar cash repositioning, and acquisitions and divestitures. He also identified and implemented improvements at PepsiCo in cash management, banking structure, foreign exchange trades, inter-company mobilbilizations, cross border payments, acquisitions, and bank services. He holds an MBA in Accounting and Finance from the University of Connecticut.
Zachary Pryde's experience spans treasury, technology and finance from previous positions at Deloitte & Touche, LLP, where he served in the Treasury Advisory Practice, and at T3 Trading Group, an equities trading firm, where he was a Senior Equities Trader. At Deloitte he led implementations of SAP and development of an internal sandbox for treasury risk and commodity risk. He led work streams for bond issuances, commercial paper, interest rate and currency swaps, interest rate caps and floors and real estate loans. At T3, he performed quantitative analysis and managed a two million dollar proprietary account. Pryde holds a BA in Economics from Columbia University.