Joseph D. Tinucci is the Assistant Treasurer for the University of Colorado. In this capacity he manages all of the University's banking relationships, directs the University's compliance efforts with regard to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCIDSS), and consults internally on all aspects of cash flows and funds management. Prior to joining the University, he was an independent trainer and consultant working in the areas of electronic payments, treasury management, and payment and ecommerce security.
Joe has also been the CEO of a regional ACH Association, the President of a small community financial institution, and a staff auditor for a banking trade association. He is active in both the local and national trade associations for treasury management, and is on the Board of Directors of the Treasury Institute for Higher Education, a national association chartered to bring best practices in treasury management to colleges and universities.
This is Part 2 series will be held on January 23rd, February 6th, and February 13th from 2:30pm-4:30pm ET.
This series of three webinars will provide a basic understanding of corporate cash management needs and practices and what customers expect from their financial institution's cash management services. While not every financial institution can offer every cash management product or service, there are many ways to combine those that you do offer to meet your customers' needs and desires - as almost every cash management product service uses the underlying rails of the payments system - check, ACH, wire, and payment cards. Knowing how the customer uses these products within their organization can help you customize what you do offer to meet their needs, as well as to help you develop new products.
Financial Institution calling officers, treasury sales associates, product development staff, and anyone looking to start a cash management department or adding new cash management services.