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I am deputy editor at The Banker, a Financial Times publication. I joined the magazine in August 2015 as transaction banking and technology editor, which remain the beats I cover. Previously I was features editor at Profit & Loss, an FX and derivatives publication and events company. Before that I was editorial director of Treasury Today following a period as editor of gtnews.com. I also worked on Banking Technology, Computer Weekly, and IBM Computer Today. I have a BSc from the University of Victoria, Canada.

Monday, 22 July 2013

Bank of America Merrill Lynch sponsors 2013 Adam Smith Awards

December 2012

Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill) is proud to sponsor the sixth Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill) has confirmed its sponsorship of the 2013 Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards.

Named after the founder of modern economics, these awards recognise excellence, innovation, creativity and outstanding insight. They aim to inspire thinking 'outside the box' and reward real business impact. Winning in one of the 13 categories is a respected endorsement of hard work, achievement and a mark of true treasury talent.

“Now in its sixth year, the Adam Smith Awards recognise professional treasurers finding clever and innovative ways to meet their company needs,” said Richard Parkinson, Managing Director at Treasury Today. “We are delighted to welcome BofA Merrill as our new sponsor and look forward to recognising the very best treasury professionals operating in today's uncertain economic environment.”

“We are proud to support the 2013 Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards as they share our ambition to recognise outstanding performance across the treasury industry,” said Carole Berndt, head of Global Transaction Services for Europe, the Middle East and Africa at BofA Merrill. “Over the past five years, these awards have grown to become a globally-recognised standard for excellence and we are delighted to be working with the Treasury Today team.”

First published on www.treasurytoday.com

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