On this episode of the Treasury Career Corner podcast, I’m joined by Chris Fulton, the Chief Financial Officer at Selendy & Gay PLLC. We talk about his treasury career, what it means to be a good mentor and the importance of leaving a legacy of positive change at your place of work.
Chris Fulton is currently Chief Financial Officer of Selendy & Gay, PLLC in New York, NY. Prior to joining Selendy & Gay in 2018, Chris held various senior finance and treasury roles with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, Take-Two Interactive, and Ernst & Young. His career spans over 20 years working alongside some of the world’s largest and most innovative public companies and private corporations as a consultant, and internal business and transaction advisor. He has also been a presenter, as well as an exhibitor, at the AFP Annual conferences and is active in roundtable discussions at the Corporate Treasurers Council.
Chris is on the Board of Directors of the Association For Financial Professionals, where he serves on the Finance Committee. Additionally, Chris serves on the Finance Sub-Committee of the Board of Education of the Katonah-Lewisboro School District.
On the podcast we discussed…
The common frustrations and positive aspects of consultancy work
Chris talks about his career spanning 20 years in finance and treasury roles
How to create a legacy for yourself that you can be proud of
How to be an excellent mentor to your employees
The importance of building a strong network within the treasury industry
You can get in touch with Chris by reaching out to him through his LinkedIn profile.
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