The Clearing House appoints Amanda Stewart CMO

Source: The Clearing House

The Clearing House (TCH), the leading innovator and operator of U.S. payments networks, announced today that Amanda Stewart is joining the company as Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer.

Stewart, a marketing and communications expert with 20 years of experience, joins The Clearing House from Deutsche Bank, where she was most recently Americas Head of Corporate Bank Marketing, and Brand Management, and the Global Marketing Lead for Deutsche Bank’s Trust and Agency Services (TAS) business. Stewart led the marketing growth strategy for the Americas across Trade Finance, Cash Management, Securities Services, and globally for TAS, spearheading the transition from traditional to digital channels.

As the head of the new marketing office at The Clearing House, Stewart will bring together internal and external communications, marketing, branding, and events to provide an aligned structure and messaging function for the company.

“I’m excited to bring my marketing experience to The Clearing House,” Stewart says. “I look forward to working to enhance TCH’s market presence, promote its industry-leading payments products, and leverage the company’s stellar reputation for providing safe and reliable payments networks to the banking industry.”

“Amanda is a wonderful addition to the team,” said Sheffali Welch, Chief Operating Officer, The Clearing House. “Her strong background in marketing and communications in the banking industry will help to showcase the benefits that our payments products deliver to the entire U.S. financial community.”

Stewart is the most recent banking executive to join the company. In late 2023, David Watson, President and CEO of The Clearing House, bolstered the leadership team with the additions of Sheffali Welch, Chief Operating Officer, Margaret Weichert, Chief Product Officer, and Sal Karakaplan, Chief Strategy Officer. 

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