Philip Merrill

A highly experienced Enterprise Risk Manager and financial executive. Phil has over 20 years industry and consulting experience managing business, market, credit, financial, operations, systems, and energy risk at major institutions. He also has extensive experience in capital markets, fixed income, equity trading,  derivative products, treasury, and foreign exchange.

Phil has spent his career in many areas of general finance and risk management. He has extensive experience in implementing comprehensive risk measurement and management functions at major investment banks, commercial banks, and corporations. Phil is a leader in the risk management community. For 10 years he was the Regional Director, New York for PRMIA and GARP.

Phil has held senior positions in industry and at major consulting firms, most notably Chevron Texaco and KPMG. He was Global Risk Manager at Chevron Texaco after implementing the global risk management policy. At KPMG, Phil was responsible for engagements involving implementing market and credit measurement and management methodologies across trading desks, risk management system evaluation, selection and implementation, developing capital allocation methodologies, and general business and financial issues. Prior to that Phil was Chevron Texaco’s Foreign Exchange Hedger after working on Wall Street as a FX Trader for UBS and a Foreign Exchange Broker for Tullett and Prebon.

Phil has a BA in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin and did graduate work in Finance and Accounting at Pace University, New York.

Philip.Merrill@BeSagacious.com

973-220-5678

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