Pitney Bowes names Stanley Sutula as EVP and CFO
Mr. Sutula joins Pitney Bowes from IBM, where he was Vice President and Controller responsible for all aspects of accounting and financial functions for the company.
Mr. Sutula brings to Pitney Bowes an extensive background in finance, accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, audit, tax, risk, and compliance. He has nearly 20 years of financial management experience.
Mr. Sutula joined IBM in 1998, and has held several leadership positions in the United States and in Europe in accounting and financial strategy, including cost management, capital allocation, balance sheet finance, accounting and planning.
Most recently, he was Vice President and Controller at IBM. As IBM’s Controller, he managed a finance function with more than 200 finance executives worldwide.
Before that, he was Vice President and Treasurer for the company responsible for global balance sheet.
Mr. Sutula graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, Mass., with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Management and received his Masters of Business Administration in Finance from Fordham University in New York.
Mr. Sutula succeeds Michael Monahan, who will continue with Pitney Bowes as Chief Operating Officer. ■
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