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The Importance of Team Balance in Treasury with Steven Krippner


About this episode

Hiring as well as dismissing team members can be a difficult process. But it’s a crucial part of building a strong team and essential to a long, successful career in treasury leadership.

Steven Krippner, Vice President and Treasurer at energy technology company Baker Hughes, joins this episode of The Treasury Career Corner podcast. Steven discusses why revisiting your team regularly is vital to keeping things ticking, explores what makes good leadership and explains how being opportunistic can set you on the road to success.

Steven is the Vice President & Treasurer for Baker Hughes Company with over 25 years of experience in finance and corporate treasury management. Based in London, he has responsibility for the Baker Hughes Treasury function.

Steven previously held a managing director role in GE Capital and Corporate Treasury in the US. Prior to returning to GE at the Oil & Gas business in 2015, Steven held a director position in the CFO Change function at Credit Suisse, leading large-scale finance change programs.

He started his career with PwC delivering audit, advisory and consulting services to the CFO functions in large MNC’s across a diverse range of industries, with a focus on the Corporate Treasury function. Steven is a fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers UK (ACT) and Chartered Accountants (CA ANZ).

On the podcast we discuss…

  • What makes good leadership
  • Why you should be opportunistic
  • Steven’s 25+ year career in treasury
  • Putting family first in your career
  • Working across different cultures
  • How one email landed Steven his first treasury role

You can connect with Steven Krippner on LinkedIn.

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