Source: Bank of America
Bank of America announced today that it has appointed Lisa Pollina as Global Financial Institutions Executive in the company's Global Treasury Services business.
In this newly created role, Pollina will be responsible for acquiring and deepening treasury management relationships with financial institutions. This will include developing a globally integrated strategy to deliver treasury solutions for the unique needs of these clients. She will work closely with regional treasury sales teams around the globe and with the financial institutions group in Global Investment Banking that provides debt and equity capital raising and strategic advisory services.
Pollina will report to Tim Laney, Global Large Corporate Treasury Executive, and will be based in Chicago.
Pollina joins Bank of America following an 18-year career in international business development. Most recently, she was a founding partner in Bordeaux Capital, a strategic and financial advisory firm focused on financial services, technology, and healthcare companies. During her career, Pollina has sold and negotiated over $5 billion of professional services agreements, licensing, and merger and acquisition deals in North America, Europe and Asia.
"Lisa brings extensive experience in international business development and a proven track record of structuring and advising on successful and profitable business transactions," said Laney. "She has an in-depth understanding of the specialized needs of financial institutions around the globe, particularly the sophisticated risk management issues that are of increasing importance to this client segment. She will add significant value to our clients and strengthen our business in this important segment of the market."
Ms. Pollina has officially represented the United States of America as a Councillor delegate to the Atlantic Council of the United States and as a Fellow of the German Marshall Fund. She has written and spoken extensively on treasury management issues and has served as an instructor in corporate finance at the University of Chicago.
"With Bank of America's tremendous product set and breadth of capabilities, we can provide an unmatched level of insight and service to financial institutions around the globe," said Pollina. "I am very excited about this opportunity."