Evan Haynes, Treasury & Payment Solutions Research Intern
Branch Location: Oakland, CA
Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Education: B.S. Candidate in Business Administration & B.A. Candidate in Philosophy at the University of the Pacific (expected May 2016)
Biography: Evan Haynes is a Senior at University of the Pacific, pursuing dual degrees in Finance and Philosophy. After receiving a Speech and Debate Scholarship to attend Pacific, Evan served as the VP of Finance for the Council of University Social Entrepreneurs in his first year. He was also selected to present research on technology as a catalyst for social impact at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research. In his second year, Evan collaborated in the development of Stockton Impact Corps, a Stockton, California based microfinance enterprise which offers microloans, financial literacy training, and small business development training. He now serves as the Lead Microfinance Associate, leading the microfinance operations of the organization. In 2015, Evan was voted the Lincoln-Douglass College Debater of the Year. He received honors from Phi Sigma Tau, the international honors society for philosophy.
Project Description: Evan will research the full sweep of treasury management and payment solutions products, specifically those offered by comparable community banks, in all the regions we serve. He will analyze the bank’s current portfolio of treasury management products. Finally, Evan will develop a system, process and list of criteria for vetting products/ vendors and create a product roadmap and strategy for implementation.