Michael Juen joins BELLIN as Director of Sales and Consulting


Michael Juen, the partner responsible for Treasury Management Systems at Schwabe, Ley & Greiner, will join BELLIN beginning 1 December 2014. In the newly created position, Director of Sales and Consulting, Juen will assume responsibility for the technical advice and distribution at the company headquarters in Ettenheim, Germany.

“I am switching to BELLIN because, on the one hand, I am looking for a new challenge for me personally and, on the other hand, was interested in changing the side of the table.” In the last 20 years he has analyzed the software needs of both large corporations and medium-sized companies, as well as consulted in the selection and implementation of the appropriate treasury management software. “On the customer side, it is very noticeable how much the confidence in BELLIN has increased in recent years – thanks to its strong product and innovative application. I see many pioneering developments in the portfolio, so I am convinced that BELLIN will continue to offer great potential among providers in the coming years. Therefore I am switching from a successful consulting company to a highly successful system provider with excellent further prospects,” explains Juen regarding his career change.

During his 20 years at SLG, his focus was mainly in the areas of design, selection and implementation of system solutions in the treasury area. Juen therefore brings extensive experience in various treasury projects, especially in the areas of cash management, liquidity planning, risk management and in the implementation of system solutions in the Treasury.

“With Michael Juen we gain a high-profile Treasury expert in our ranks, who knows the industry and the needs of the customer probably like no other,” explains Martin Bellin. “With the fulfillment of this strategically important position, we not only strengthen our expertise in advising our international and discerning clientele, but also gain a very important driving force for the development of our treasury solutions in the coming years.”

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