Union Bank appoints Greg Cicero EVP, global treasury management

Source: Union Bank

Union Bank, N.A., today announced that Greg Cicero has joined the bank as executive vice president for the Global Treasury Management division.

In this capacity, he will provide direct oversight for strategic national and international expansion, delivering innovative online and electronic products, and developing the global payments business of the future.

"Greg brings to the position a broad range of experience in cash management and customer solutions within receivables, payables, information reporting, and liquidity management," said JoAnn Bourne, senior executive vice president and head of Union Bank's commercial deposits and treasury management group. "Well known in the industry for his integrity and client focus, Greg's strengths will help us meet the growing needs of our customers for both domestic and international services. We are fortunate to have him join Union Bank at a time when we are experiencing solid growth."

Cicero joins Union Bank after spending 25 years with The Bank of New York Mellon and one of its predecessors, Mellon Financial Corporation, one of the nation's foremost cash management banks. In his most recent position, Cicero was department head for the Working Capital Solutions business, and a member of the company's senior management committee.

Cicero joined Mellon Global Cash Management (GCM) in 1983 as manager of an operations analysis and consulting team. He then served as general manager for Mellon GCM's Dallas lockbox facility, returning in 1989 to Pittsburgh, PA, where he held several product management positions for both paper-based and electronic services.

He then went on to serve as director of product management for all cash management. Prior to joining Mellon, Cicero was a senior consultant with Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), where he specialized in systems design and installation for large manufacturing companies.

A native of Pittsburgh, Cicero received bachelor's degrees in economics and psychology and a master's degree in business administration from the University of Pittsburgh. He also is a certified cash manager.

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