Western Alliance Bank Names Sondrini Head of Treasury Management

Western Alliance Bank appointed Todd Sondrini head of treasury management, a new position that also encompasses product strategy and product operations.

“We are pleased to welcome Todd and add his considerable skills and experience in treasury management to Western Alliance Bank,” Tim Boothe, chief operating officer of Western Alliance Bank, said. “His global banking expertise, which includes building high-performance teams in treasury management and more, will help the bank continue to deliver strong results for stakeholders, including our commercial clients across the economy.”

Sondrini is based in Phoenix and will report to Boothe. Prior to joining Western Alliance Bank, Sondrini was senior vice president and executive director of treasury management at Fifth Third Bank, where he led treasury management lines of business in commercial, middle-market and business banking for multiple U.S. regions and Latin America. Prior to that, he held increasingly senior-level treasury management positions at Wells Fargo. He began his banking career with Citibank and graduated from its leadership training program.

“Western Alliance Bank remains a top bank for so many reasons, including outstanding management and a consistent focus on meeting the needs of customers with tailored products and highly attentive service,” Sondrini said. “I look forward to building a great team here and adding to the organization’s client-focused product and treasury management capabilities.”

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