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Alumni News - Week Ending April 2, 2017
April 06, 2017

In this week's 25 alumni headlines, Visa Canada appoints Stacey Madge as President; Fifth Third Bancorp names Matthew Jauchius Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer; Deutsche Bank appoints Marcus Schenck as Co-Deputy CEO and co-leader of its new Corporate & Investment Bank business division; TreeHouse Foods names Rachel Bishop President of the company's snacks division; Louis Berger names Sofia Berger Senior Vice President, U.S. transportation market; Fosun International appoints Kang Lan as Executive Director and Senior Vice President; BBVA names David Puente to the new Head of Data role, reporting directly to the CEO; and more.

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5 alumni – Sarah Arora (SVO 10-12), Geraldine Buckingham (NYO 06-14), Arun Gupta (NJE 03-05), Kathryn Minshew (NYO 08-10), and Vinay Patel (NYO, NYB 07-07, 09-14) – included on Crain's New York 40 Under 40 list (read more)

Imran Amed (LOK, LOX 01-01, 02-06), CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Business of Fashion (BoF), receives the 2017 Vanguard Award at the annual Canadian Arts and Fashion Award in Toronto (read more)

Job marketplace Werk co-founder Anna Auerbach (BOS 05-07) is convinced that "Flexibility Will Close The Women’s Leadership Gap" (read more here, and read our recent ‘Focus on Founders’ alumni feature on Anna here)

Louis Berger names Sofia Berger (DCO 08-08, 10-12) Senior Vice President, U.S. transportation market (read more)

TreeHouse Foods names Rachel Bishop (CHI 01-09) President of the company's snacks division (read more)

Adrien Boyer (PAR 04-04, 05-10) to lead the French office of Pinterest (read more – in French)

Alistair Cox (LON 90-90, 91-94), CEO of recruiting firm Hays, discusses recruiting and the British market (read more)

ZF TRW's Aine Denari (DUB 06-10) named a 2017 Rising Star by Automotive News (read more)

Silver Spring Networks names Catriona Fallon (BOS, SFO 00-00, 01-02) its new CFO (read more)

Jennifer Fitzgerald
(NYO 08-13), CEO and co-founder of PolicyGenius, shares her “’worst case scenario’ for Obamacare" (read more)

René Gram (COP 01-08) discusses how he built up Prokura, a medium-sized Danish consulting company, from scratch (read more – in Danish)

Hospitality management institution Sommet Education appoints Pierre Ihmle (GVA, ZRH 98-01) as Vice-President, Strategic Planning (read more)

Fifth Third Bancorp names Matthew Jauchius (CLE, DET 97-97, 98-06) Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer (read more)

Fosun International
appoints Kang Lan (BEI, SHA 02-07) Executive Director and Senior Vice President (read more)

Visa Canada appoints Stacey Madge (FIR, NYO, TOR 98-09) as President (read more)

Magnum Capital
, led by Enrico Magnani (MIL, VER 07-15), acquires online editing company Scribendi Inc. (read more)

How Naoki Nagai (TOK 04-06) transformed into a hedge fund algorithm author and now runs his one-man fund (read more)

Luís Nascimento (LIS 98-00), Chief Sales Officer/B2C at PT Portugal, steps down from the executive committee of the telecom company (read more – in Portuguese)

FlexTrade appoints Vishal Pandya (DET 01-08) Chief Operating Officer (read more)

BBVA names David Puente (MAD 02-04, 97-99) to new Head of Data role, reporting directly to CEO Carlos Torres Vila (MAD 90-02) (read more)

Early stage venture capital firm Relay Ventures appoints Irfhan Rawji (TOR 05-06) as Venture Partner (read more)

Deutsche Bank
appoints Marcus Schenck (COL, DUS 91-97) as Co-Deputy CEO and co-leader of the new Corporate & Investment Bank business division (read more)

Australian on-demand photography startup Snappr, founded by Matt Schiller (SYD) during his educational leave from the Firm, receives investment from seed accelerator Y Combinator (read more)

Heilbronn University elects Christoph Schwerdtfeger (STU 06-12) chancellor and head of administration, effective October 1 (read more – in German)

Next Coast Ventures
expands team by bringing on Zeynep Young (AUT, HOU, MUN, PNW 96-96, 97-05) as Venture Partner (read more)

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