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Joe Tinucci, Assistant Treasurer of the University of Colorado
Members of Rocky Mountain Association for Financial Professionals (RMAFP) can find being involved in the RMAFP very satisfying. For instance, member Joe Tinucci has years of experience in monitoring cash flows, managing bank relationships,system integration, asset management; hence, he is constantly asked to share his views on Treasury. As Joe stated, others can be a resource to me and I can be a resource to other people. Joe was involved in the ACH payment industry during the misty dawn of time, starting back in 1982. So, he has seen the payment industry evolve over this period and he can provide a wealth of knowledge based on the history of payments.
Joe graduated from Colorado State University with a B.A. degree in Mathematics. Pre-college, his first job was pumping gas at the local Texaco station. With hard work and education, he served as the CEO of a Credit Union, was the Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain ACH Association, and was an independent consultant and trainer. He has been with University of Colorado since 2001, currently serving as Assistant Treasurer. He was a board member and President of the RMAFP when it was called Colorado Treasury Management Association (CTMA).
He finds blocking and tackling the most important issue facing Treasury professionals. Whether it be from managing the details to what is going in the office, proactively looking ahead, or addressing big issues internally. To overcome these challenges, Joe suggests staying educated by being abreast of the financial markets, participating in AFP Task Forces and other interest groups, reading business literature, and staying connected in the Payments industry. Another challenge Treasury professionals are faced with is the fact companies are doing more with less. So, getting everything done before the end of day and finding time to work on longer term projects can be a balancing act. However, it is important to your career to demonstrate to employers the ability to manage special projects.
Joe has six grandkids under the age of 10 years old, which he enjoys playing with.Camping and reading are his favorite pastimes when time allows. Joe has a vast knowledge in the Treasury and Finance industry, which he is happy to share with other Treasury and Finance professionals. He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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