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Asaf Zentler Appointed Assistant V.P. and Assistant Treasurer


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    Asaf Zentler

    Asaf Zentler

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. (April 2, 2018)—Asaf Zentler, formerly vice president of J.P. Morgan’s  investment bank, has joined the University of Miami as assistant vice president and assistant treasurer of the Investments and Treasury team. He reports to Associate Vice President and Treasurer Charmel Maynard.

    In his new role, Zentler will lead the University’s treasury functions, including banking and bank relationships, cash management, bond and term loan issuances, student accounts receivable and collections, and corporate cards.

    “Asaf will work closely with Brandon Gilliland, vice president and CFO, and myself on our liquidity, capital markets, debt management and endowment/pension asset management,” Maynard said. “Please join me in extending a warm welcome to Asaf.”

    Zentler comes to UM with more than seven years of experience at J.P. Morgan, having served most recently as vice president in its investment bank. He has expertise in executing loan and bond transactions, capital structure advisory, operational and financial due diligence, and financial modeling. He recently advised several large companies on their financings for mergers and acquisitions, refinancing of existing debt and new capital projects. Prior to J.P. Morgan, Asaf spent time at American Express, Fishcer-Jordan Consulting and Ernst & Young.

    He holds a M.B.A. in finance and financial instruments and markets from New York University and an L.L.B in law and B.A in accounting from Tel Aviv University.

     

     

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