Diebold Nixdorf (NYSE: DBD), a world leader in driving connected commerce for the banking and retail industries, today announced that Zeeshan Naqvi has joined the company as vice president, treasurer.
Naqvi will report directly to Jeffrey Rutherford, senior vice president, chief financial officer, and will be responsible for leading and overseeing the company's global treasury, risk management and customer financing functions.
Naqvi brings a wealth of international experience to Diebold Nixdorf as a treasury and capital markets executive. He has a robust background in capital structure planning, debt management, global cash and liquidity management and building relationships with banks, debt investors and rating agencies. His thought leadership around managing financial assets and controlling financial risks will help Diebold Nixdorf improve the fundamentals of its business and drive toward leadership status in its sectors.
Most recently, Naqvi led the global treasury team at Moody's Corporation, where he was responsible for capital and financing plans, issuing and optimizing debt in dynamic capital markets, financial and enterprise risk management, liquidity and cash management and forecasting, investments and employees benefits funding. He also managed bank, rating agency and debt investor relationships. Prior to that, Naqvi held various capital markets and treasury leadership roles at GE Capital, both in the U.S. and U.K.
Jeffrey Rutherford, chief financial officer at Diebold Nixdorf, said: "We are very pleased to welcome Zeeshan to the team and believe that his broad finance leadership experience will enhance the company's DN Now transformation plan and continued focus on operational excellence."
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