In his new role, he will leverage his 25-plus years of banking and derivatives experience to advise financial institutions on a variety of interest rate risk management topics with a focus on providing hedging solutions. Prior to joining Chatham, Mr. Tevis worked in a variety of sales and leadership roles in corporate and institutional banking, building the derivatives sales teams for both the municipal and financial institution businesses at PNC Capital Markets. While we continue to grow our robust advisory capabilities, we are very pleased to welcome Matt, who we are confident will add another dimension to our team, said Bob Newman, managing director for Financial Institutions at Chatham Financial. Matts deep experience in banking is immensely valuable and we are excited to see how that will come into play in his new position spearheading business development for Chatham. In addition, Chatham has significantly enhanced its balance sheet risk management capabilities, helping to ensure that its financial institution clients have access to the most sophisticated suite of risk management tools and strategies in the marketplace alongside the support of an unbiased partner. Mr. Cuppias new role will specifically involve devising accounting-friendly balance sheet strategies that are tailored to meet the clients risk policies and ALM objectives.
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