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Adventist Health System Appoints New VP of Treasury


Jeff Graff has joined Adventist Health System (AHS) as vice president of treasury. In this role, he will have oversight for managing the debt portfolio, fostering relationships with banking partners, and providing leadership to the treasury operations team.

"Jeff is going to be an excellent addition to our organization," said David Singleton, senior vice president/treasurer at AHS. "He has a wealth of knowledge and experience that will lead us towards building a first-class treasury operation."

Prior to joining AHS, Graff served as a senior vice president in the Healthcare and Institutions group for Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Graff previously served as a health care portfolio manager for SunTrust's Corporate and Investment Bank and began his career as a restaurant analyst for Lehman Brothers.

Graff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from the University of Central Florida and is a CFA charterholder. He and his wife, Jennifer, enjoy spending time and energy with their two young children.

"I've been involved with AHS since 2002 and have been so impressed with not only their astute financial aptitude, but that they conduct themselves in such a professional, honest, and compassionate manner," said Graff. "It's exciting for me to join an organization that is passionate about their mission and carries it out in all aspects of their work."

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