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President and CEO, Siemens Financial Services, Inc.
Anthony Casciano is the President and CEO of Siemens Financial Services, Inc. (SFS, Inc.), the U.S. financial arm of Siemens and legal booking entity for Siemens Financial Services’ (SFS) activities in the Americas. Previously, Casciano served as CEO of the global Industry and Healthcare Finance business at SFS, overseeing the growth of SFS’s activities in the global healthcare and industrial markets in addition to managing the global leveraged finance business across all industries.
Throughout his tenure, Casciano built a global equity business, namely with infrastructure finance expertise. In 2018, under Casciano’s leadership, SFS and strategic partner Tata Group – forming a consortium – were recognized with a Letter of Award by the Indian government for an equity investment in the development of a transportation project in India.
Casciano was also responsible for the strategy and creation of the global healthcare and leveraged finance business unit after SFS underwent an organizational change in 2011 to better align with Siemens’ core businesses. In addition, he expanded the healthcare finance business, which provides debt and equity solutions to the healthcare industry, into the Asia-Pacific region.
Previously, Casciano was senior vice president and general manager at SFS in North America, establishing SFS’s Corporate Finance group, which specializes in leveraged lending to middle market and larger corporate clients. He led the team’s rapid growth as a key contributor to SFS’s U.S. business success, establishing Siemens as a key player in the leveraged finance business.
Anthony holds a B.A. degree in economics from Drew University and an M.B.A. in marketing from Rutgers University’s School of Business. He is a certified Six Sigma black belt and has been nominated for and participated in several corporate-led executive leadership and strategic marketing courses.
Chief Financial Officer, Siemens Financial Services, Inc.
Stephanie Marinello is the Chief Financial Officer for Siemens Financial Services (SFS) in the United States. She has over 27 years of broad financial services experience.
Stephanie oversees the financial and operational handling of SFS’s activities in North America. In this role, she is responsible for ensuring accurate financial reporting, reliable risk management, consistent internal control processes, efficient management of capital and tax requirements, and effective business administration, including the protection of company assets.
Previously, Stephanie held the positions of CFO for the Commercial Finance business at SFS in the UK and Senior Vice President of Operations, Business Excellence, Pricing & Funding Risk Management at SFS in the US.
A process maven who champions collaboration, Stephanie leads large cross-functional teams to drive meaningful, timely results. She has a fervent interest in employee engagement and values people, morale and aspirational goal setting for individuals as well as the company.
Prior to joining SFS in 2009, Stephanie held various leadership roles at GE Capital. Stephanie has a B.A. in History from Coe College as well as the Lean Six Sigma Black Belt Master Certification.
Senior Vice President, Siemens Financial Services, Inc.
Head of Americas, Commercial Finance
Gary Amos is Head of Americas for the Commercial Finance business unit of Siemens Financial Services (SFS). In this role, he is responsible for managing and assessing growth opportunities for the $1 billion commercial finance portfolio, which includes financing for: healthcare, industrial technologies, manufacturing, and software. With global megatrends, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and digitalization shifting today’s vertical markets – Gary is focused on developing strategies to accelerate equipment and technology financing by positioning financial solutions as an enabler for the automation and growth of next generation digitalized assets.
He leads his team with an innovative mindset focused on enabling a digital transformation for financial sales products and processes. A member of the SFS Commercial Finance Global Leadership Team, which is comprised of four regions and operations in 14 countries, Gary evaluates additional growth opportunities for the Americas Region leveraging the global SFS community.
He is currently increasing focus on integrating and aligning his team’s service offerings within Siemens’ Divisions to more holistically position financing as a solution alongside the greater Siemens portfolio. Gary joined SFS in 2007 as vice president and national sales manager, tasked with setting strategic direction for SFS’ Industrial Leasing platform. His team structured leases and loans within the industrial sector, with special emphasis on: marine, rail, air, food/beverage and chemical/pharmaceutical products. The team’s portfolio included transactions ranging from $2MM to $50MM.
Prior to joining Siemens, Gary was vice president of business development at GE Commercial Finance, where he managed a national accounts team and developed strategic initiatives focused on medical and technology assets. Prior to that, he was national accounts manager at De Lage Landen, overseeing the company’s key accounts in the technology sector and serving as a primary liaison to Japanese-based colleagues.
He is an active member of the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association (ELFA) and participates in various programs held by The Leasing Foundation based in London. Gary acts as a champion for Industry 4.0 and Digitalization programs for these organizations. He also provides mentoring for various student associations at his alma mater the Pennsylvania State University, where he holds a B.S. in Economics/Business respectively.
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