Stefan Jaskulak, MBA, CTP is the Finance Chief focused on capital projects and financial process improvements at the City of Atlanta. The City of Atlanta’s Department of Finance has recently received two Awards for Excellence from the Government Finance Officers Association for Business Continuity Planning and Pension Reform.

Previously, Stefan was Director of Cash Management for the City of Los Angeles, receiving the coveted AFP Pinnacle Award (Grand Prize and Strategy), Treasury & Risk Magazine’s Alexander Hamilton Award and London based Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Award for the banking conversion project ‘Virtual City – Virtual Bank’, which involved a complete change in banking relationships and cash flows, implementation of the latest treasury technologies, empowerment of decentralized departments and offices as well as automated posting of daily transactions to the general ledger.

Prior to joining the City of Los Angeles, Stefan was Assistant Treasurer/First Vice President of Corporate Finance at IndyMac Bank overseeing treasury operations (cash management and disbursements), structured finance and treasury systems. Projects included automation of cash flow forecasting and developing and implementing scalable disbursement flatforms.

His experience spans the public and private sectors in the United States in addition to consulting in The Netherlands with over 20 years in the finance profession and more than 10 years of Treasury experience. He earned his CCM in 1999, currently teaches the CTP preparation course at Brandman University and is a frequent speaker at finance conferences on both sides of the Atlantic.