Evan Noulas was named president of Ally Servicing in November 2007. In December 2011, he assumed additional responsibilities leading the Global Supply Chain and Corporate Workplace organizations.
Ally Servicing is a wholly owned servicing subsidiary of Ally Financial Services Inc. that handles invoicing, payment processing, asset performance, customer service and remarketing activities for the North American auto portfolio. The Global Supply Chain organization is responsible for enterprise-wide purchasing, and Corporate Workplace includes the management of Ally’s facilities.
Noulas began his career with Ally in August 2007 as chief restructuring officer. He was responsible for leading efficiency opportunities and assisting on growth initiatives across the global Ally enterprise.
Before joining Ally, Noulas spent 13 years at General Electric (GE), where he held several roles, including senior vice president of integration for GE Capital Solutions, Commercial Finance. Specifically, he developed and aligned all growth and cost reduction initiatives for newly acquired companies and internal consolidations. He chaired the Integration Executive Committee, which accelerated activities and served as a forcing function for targets, operating plans and resources across business units and global functions.
Noulas also served as senior vice president of GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS). There, he held the combined position of chief information officer, global operations leader, and quality leader. In this role, Noulas led a global organization which reengineered the business during the post September 11 airline industry downturn.
Prior to GECAS, he held a variety of senior leadership positions in Global Operations and Six Sigma at Mid-Market Finance Shared Services, Vendor Financial Services (VFS), and the former GE Capital Card Services. Noulas also spent 10 years with the American Express Company in various line operations, risk, marketing and reengineering roles.
Noulas holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from The Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, as well as a master’s degree in finance from New York University, Stern School, Executive Programs.