Reval CEO Jiro Okochi Named Who’s Who in Treasury & Cash Management 2016

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New York – Jiro Okochi, CEO and Co-founder of Reval, the leading global provider of a cloud-based platform for treasury and risk management, has been recognized as one of the most influential, creative, and powerful people in corporate treasury and transaction services by Global Finance magazine. Named Who’s Who in Treasury & Cash Management 2016, Mr. Okochi is featured in this month’s issue of Global Finance’s 12th annual Treasury & Cash Management Supplement.

“I’m honored to be recognized by the very industry that I set out to serve over 17 years ago,” Okochi says. “As cloud-based technology goes mainstream in corporate treasury, more companies are relying on Reval’s software-as-a-service to deliver the single solution they are looking for and can grow with.”

Mr. Okochi brought corporate treasury and risk management technology to more financial professionals over the past year through major initiatives and industry firsts. He leveled the playing field for growing mid-market companies with cloud-based treasury offering Reval CORE, introduced Reval INSIDE to bring advanced liquidity management capabilities to corporate banking clients online, and rolled out ClearPath, a new migration service designed to make it easy and affordable for corporate treasuries to move off legacy technology and onto the cloud.

Okochi also delivered the industry’s first IFRS 9 module for early adopters of the new international hedge accounting rules, the first treasury and risk management app for the Oracle Cloud Marketplace, and first-time access to the Japanese ANSER and ZENGIN payment networks through NTT Data’s new gateway service, which Reval helped develop. Okochi also introduced a Bank Connectivity Service (BCS) which matches large and mid-size companies to connectivity options by cost, speed, volume, transaction types and file formats.

Global Finance also named Reval Best Provider of SaaS Treasury Solutions and Best Treasury Analytics Provider in the magazine’s 2016 Best Treasury Management Systems & Services Providers awards, Global Finance, founded in 1987, has a circulation of 50,000 and readers in 191 countries. Its readership includes senior corporate and financial officers responsible for making investment and strategic decisions at multinational companies and financial institutions.

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