Contributor: Bruce Nolop
Bruce Nolop, Executive Vice President and CFO, Pitney Bowes Inc
Bruce Nolop has been executive vice president and CFO of Pitney Bowes Inc since 2000.
He is responsible for the company’s worldwide financial operations, including accounting, treasury, tax, internal audit, risk management, investor relations and finance shared services.
In addition, he is responsible for the company’s corporate development activities, including acquisitions, equity investments and other corporate transactions, as well as corporate marketing, corporate communications and real estate and facilities administration.
His prior experience includes 18 years as an investment banker with Wasserstein Perella, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, and six years with Kimberly-Clark, where he held both financial and operating positions. He holds a BA in political science from the University of South Dakota, an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a JD from Stanford Law School. He is a member of the boards of Junior Achievement Worldwide and the Regional Plan Association.
Turning obstacles into advantages is the goal of any CFO, and overcoming the hurdles of Sarbanes-Oxley is quite a coup. Yet Pitney Bowes CFO Bruce Nolop has done just that, as Mark Stuart...