U. Va. promotes treasurer Jim Matteo
Jim Matteo, treasurer at the University of Virginia, has added associate vice president to his title. He had been the university’s treasurer since April 2013.
Prior to that, he served as U. Va.’s assistant VP for treasury management and fiscal planning since 2008.
His new responsibilities include directing optimum asset management activities, maximizing financial resources and developing an investment model to support innovation.
Matteo will continue to be responsible for debt portfolio management, banking and cash management, short-term investment and liquidity management, in addition to administering the relationships between U.Va. and its affiliated foundations.
Prior to joining U.Va. in 2005, Matteo spent 14 years with PPL Corp., a Fortune 500 global energy company, managing treasury and finance functions and working as an internal auditor.
Matteo is a board member of the Treasury Institute for Higher Education, a member of the advisory board for the NACUBO/Commonfund Study of Endowments and a member of the NACUBO Awards Council.