Paul Edmisten
Senior Director
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Specializes in IT executive leadership, technology transformation, operational excellence, complex program management, vendor management, business intelligence and cost elimination
Primary areas of concentration are information technology and financial services
28+ years of information technology experience
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Paul Edmisten is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal Corporate Performance Improvement in Atlanta.

He specializes in IT executive leadership, technology transformation, operational excellence, complex program management, vendor management, business intelligence and cost elimination. His primary areas of concentration are information technology and financial services.

With more than 28 years of information technology experience, Mr. Edmisten has partnered with a number of business executives to deliver innovation to align technology to their business strategy and objectives.

Notable assignments include Director of Project Management for Royal Bank of Canada, Business Solutions Manager for The Walt Disney Companies, IT Audit Manager at Premark International, Technology Manager at Hobart and Systems Analyst at Cincinnati Bell Information Systems.

Most recently, he was responsible for leading a corporate business intelligence strategy and deployment that included data governance, reporting, data management, analytics and reporting for SunTrust Bank. Mr. Edmisten has worked with clients across various industries, including telecommunications, manufacturing, entertainment and financial services.

Before joining A&M, Mr. Edmisten spent 11 years with SunTrust Bank in Atlanta, where he most recently served as Business Information Officer, Retail Banking.

At SunTrust Bank, he served in a number of IT executive leadership roles partnering with the business to define, implement and support their technology needs. Business units included Retail, Mortgage, Payments, Wealth and Investment Management, Finance, and Risk.

Mr. Edmisten earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from DeVry Institute of Technology.