Henry (Hank) Allen
Chief Executive Officer
Henry Allen was appointed CEO of The Receivables Exchange in October 2012. Henry comes to The Receivables Exchange with more than two decades of global experience in leasing, lending, insurance and private equity for both consumer and commercial customer segments.
Henry’s background includes 10 years at Marsh & McLennan with a series of progressively senior roles including president of their Multinational business where he was responsible for over 5,000 employees in 40+ countries and 3,500 of Marsh’s largest clients, and president and CEO of their Global Consumer group.
Henry’s experience prior to joining Marsh & McLennan includes being a partner of the European operations of Geocapital, a U.S.-headquartered venture capital fund, and time at GE Capital where he held a number of senior leadership positions in Europe including European president and chief executive officer of GE Capital Commercial Finance.
Henry earned a First Class Honors degree from Salford University in the U.K. in Applied Chemistry. He subsequently received a Diploma in Accounting and Finance from Newcastle Polytechnic, and an MBA from Manchester Business School, where he majored in Finance and International Business.
Chief Technology Officer
Chris comes to The Receivables Exchange from LNS/Nevasoft, a specialty engineering group in California where he served as Chief Technology Officer. As a technology provider to Kestrel Technologies, LNS/Nevasoft supplied the technology used for the NYSE's web-based bond trading for Arca as well as Kestrel's Katalyst and Konnekt product families which provide on-line trading of fixed income securities and connectivity gateways between Bloomberg's TOMS and Kestrel's RAPTr trading systems and various electronic communications networks.
Chris brings 20 years' experience in building fixed-income electronic trading systems and 30 years' experience in building high performance distributed computing systems to the Exchange. His other interests include the fields of autonomous computing, trustability and privacy, formal methods, rational drug design and RF design.
Chief Risk & Finance Officer
Dan brings more than three decades of risk and financial management experience to his role as Chief Risk and Finance Officer for The Receivables Exchange. Prior to joining The Receivables Exchange, Dan provided risk and operations consulting services to commercial finance clients, including TD Bank, Wells Fargo Capital Finance and Genpact.
Prior to launching his own consulting business, Dan had a long career with GE and GE Capital. During his tenure at GE, Dan held a variety of key risk and operations leadership positions within GE Capital’s Commercial Finance Group, including Chief Risk Officer (CRO) Business Credit, Managing Director – European Risk and Global Factoring based in London, and CRO - Xerox Capital Services (a joint venture between Xerox and GE). His final role with GE was that of CRO for GE Capital’s Vendor Finance business.
Dan received his bachelor's degree in Accounting from Providence College.