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Bradley Brown

Corporate Treasurer

Bradley (Brad) Brown was named corporate treasurer of Ally Financial, Inc. in November 2013. In his role, he is responsible for capital, liquidity and interest rate risk management.  He joined Ally in June 2011 and previously served as structured funding executive with responsibility for the strategy, planning, and execution of securitizations and structured funding globally.
  
Prior to joining Ally, Brown was a managing director in the Corporate Treasury group of Bank of America where he was responsible for structured funding and capital strategies.  During his tenure there, he spent 11 years in the Structured Credit Products Group of Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  Brown joined Bank of America in 1997 from PricewaterhouseCoopers.  

Brown earned bachelor's degrees in business administration and accounting from Flagler College and earned a master’s of business administration degree from the John H. Sykes College of Business at University of Tampa.  Brown is also a certified public accountant. Brown spends time volunteering at Charlotte Country School, Myers Park United Methodist Church and Room in the Inn, a shelter that provides services for men in need.

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