Responsible for all the operations including client management, campaign management, technology services, finance, HR, and general administration, Steve E. Evans has been employed as Chief Operating Officer at Ai Media Group. He worked with CIO on project management and improvements on the AiMG proprietary software, AiTrk.
Earlier, Steve was employed as Vice President in Investment Bank at Lehman Brothers where he managed the technology expense P & L globally which exceeded $1B for all business units in the firm. These divisions were made up of Investment Banking, Private Client Services, Fixed Income, etc. reporting to the global Expense Director who reported to the CFO.
As the Finance Manager at United Parcel Services in 1994, Steve was promoted several times and was ultimately relocated to Florida as a Regional Finance Manager. He reported to the Florida CFO and was responsible for overseeing the business planning, profitability, and revenue operations.
Pertaining to his areas of specialization, Steve E. Evans is an expert in M & A, JV Experience, Budgeting and Cost Management, Growth and Expansion Strategies, HR/IT/Legal Administration, Profitability and Cost Analysis, Process Design and Productivity Improvement, Systems & Technology Utilization, Team Building & Performance Improvement.
Steve worked as Corporate Finance Manager at MCI WorldCom in telecommunications. He reported to Global Finance Director and was recruited to manage global business revenue plan that exceeded $18 B as well as revenue strategy, modeling, and analysis.
Regarding his education credentials, Steve E. Evans completed Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and MBA in Finance from the University of Tennessee.
About Steve E. Evans
Pertaining to his professional career, Steve E. Evans formerly reported to the US President as CFO of The Engine Group. Here, he was responsible for the finance and accounting, human resources, IT, real estate, and operations. Steve worked to develop and direct the financial plans to the strategic business plan, company growth and direction, and market opportunities. He worked to maintain the executive responsibility for controls and governance, financial operations, including working capital, capital expenditures, debt levels, taxes, budget and general accounting.