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Cash management debate: Participants

Cash management debate: What cash management can do for corporates

Michael Mueller (MM) is responsible for the development of the cash management business for Barclays outside the UK. He joined the bank last year from Deutsche Bank, where he held a number of senior management roles in the global transaction bank.
Matthew Davies (MD) is head of corporate sales, EMEA, at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He manages the team responsible for selling the full breadth of the bank’s global treasury solutions to EMEA corporate clients, including cash management, trade finance and commercial cards.
Frank Kutschera (FK) is head of cash management corporates for UK, Ireland and Scandinavia in Deutsche Bank’s global transaction banking division. He joined the bank in 2000, and is an alumnus of Harvard Business School.
Wilco Dado (WD) was appointed global head of payments and commercial cards at RBS global transaction services in June 2010, after heading RBS GTS the Netherlands. From 1992 until 1998, he worked for Rabobank International and ING.
Neil Garrod (NG) was appointed director of treasury for Vodafone Group in 2008. He has been involved with the group’s M&A activity and, in particular, with establishing the valuation framework and policy the group uses.
Giles Newell (GN) Newell has been deputy treasurer at SABMiller for the past five years, and is leading the transformation of the treasury department into a centralized group-wide service centre. Before SABMiller, he was a treasury consultant for Price Waterhouse.
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