October 26, 2021 | Newsroom
David LaBeaume Leaves Cerner to Join Bank of Blue Valley as Vice President, Treasury Management Banking Officer
Overland Park, KS – Oct. 21, 2021 – Bank of Blue Valley (BBV) is proud to announce that David LaBeaume has joined the organization as a Treasury Management Banking Officer. LaBeaume brings a unique perspective to Bank of Blue Valley after working for Cerner Corporation as a Treasury Manager; bringing a valuable client perspective to our team. As a team member of our Treasury Management team, he will bring his perspective to consult with commercial and middle market companies to help them identify operational efficiencies, cash flow opportunities, payables and receivables automation, and account structure flow.
Prior to joining Bank of Blue Valley, LaBeaume worked at Cerner Corporation as the Treasury Manager. In his role, he managed global banking partners for the Cerner relationship and worked closely with them to simplify, standardize and automate treasury related processes. LaBeaume assisted in overseeing over 100 bank accounts across over 20 countries worldwide.
“With over seven years of treasury and finance experience at Cerner, David brings a unique perspective to our team,” said Ben Hass, Senior Treasury Management Officer, SVP. “He will be utilizing his knowledge from his past treasury role with a large, global company in managing cash flow and automating payable and receivable processes to help bring complementary banking solutions to clients.”
“I enjoyed my time with Cerner where I was very fortunate to be a part of a very talented global treasury team. I am excited to transition from the role of bank client to banker and be able to leverage my experience to consult and build relationships with commercial and middle market business owners and corporate management teams in the Kansas City area,” David LaBeaume stated. “As I made this role shift, Bank of Blue Valley was very attractive to me with their strong, local leadership, commitment to the community, and entrepreneurial spirit.”
LaBeaume received his undergraduate business degree from the University of Missouri and MBA from University of Missouri – Kansas City. He is also a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).