Allen Silberman

Allen Silberman’s career spanned over 32 years with Honeywell and its predecessor companies (Bendix, Allied, AlliedSignal) culminating as the Global Director of Credit and Treasury Services. At Honeywell, Allen was responsible for $25 billion of collections annually and managed over 500 people in his global organization. He relocated four times serving in a number of challenging positions. Allen held a variety of managerial positions from 1970 to 1980 in internal audit, general accounting, budgets and profit planning, and accounts receivable with Bendix Corporation. In 1980, Allen became the Director of International Finance with Allied Corporation and in 1988 the Director of Aerospace Sector Credit with AlliedSignal.

In 1994, Allen created a centralized credit and treasury service organization for all of AlliedSignal Aerospace becoming the Director of that newly created organization. He was the recipient of the Premier Achievement Award from AlliedSignal’s CEO for development of a revenue chain process in 1997. Allen then became the Global Director of the Honeywell-wide Global Credit & Treasury Services organization in 1999, and was nominated by the CFO for Honeywell’s Finance Executive of the Year, 2000.

Allen has served on the Board of Directors of the Credit Research Foundation, The Credit Exchange, and the Western Advisory Board of Dun & Bradstreet. He’s been a lecturer for over 25 years, giving presentations and running seminars for organizations such as Foreign Credit Interchange Bureau (FCIB), National Association of Credit Management (NACM), World Trade Institute (WTI), American Management Association (AMA), International Quality & Productivity Center (IQPC), and Dun & Bradstreet (D&B). He served as Chairman of the NACM Aviation Group 1986-1987 and was the recipient of the Credit Executive of the Year by Dun & Bradstreet in 1992. Allen received his accounting and finance degrees from the Bernard Baruch College of the City University of New York.

Currently Allen is an active partner in Q2C (Quote to Cash Process Consulting). He is focused on helping credit and collection organizations collect money, improve their past due receivables, develop best practices, and fix their internal financial processes. He leads Webinars and gives presentations on various issues within the credit and collection arena. He is constantly called upon to advise corporations on financial matters, and has been used as an expert witness. He has experience with various size businesses in multiple industries including aerospace, industrial, chemical, home and building, and automotive, both domestically and globally.

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