Susan Skerritt is Managing Director, Global Head of Institutional Cash Management & Head of Global Transaction Banking, Americas, at Deutsche Bank.� Based in New York, she is responsible for leading the Bank’s Global Institutional Cash Management efforts, as well as the Americas’ transaction banking efforts in Cash Management, Trade Finance, Institutional Cash Management and Securities Services. Susan is part of the Deutsche Bank Trust Company of the Americas Board, the Bank’s North American Executive Committee and the Board of Directors of the Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation.Prior to joining Deutsche Bank, from 2006 to 2013, Susan was an Executive Vice President with Bank of New York Mellon, where she led businesses and strategic initiatives across the cash, trade and trust services space.� Before that she was a Partner and Director at Treasury Strategies, Inc., where she was responsible for the corporate practice.� With more than thirty years of transaction banking experience, Susan has also held senior positions with Morgan Stanley, Ernst & Young and Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company.Susan has an MBA in Finance and International Business from New York University Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Kirkland (Hamilton) College. Beyond her board activities within the Bank, she sits on the Hamilton College Board of Trustees, the Board of Trustees of The Brooklyn Hospital Center, and the Board of Directors or Brooklyn Community Services. American Banker has named Susan among the “25 Women to Watch in Banking”� for two consecutive years.
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