Ambrose R. Philips III

Ambrose R. Phillips III

Ambrose R. Philips III. is currently Vice President, Treasurer at Vencore Inc. and its Applied Communication Sciences subsidiary. Vencore provides information solutions, engineering and analysis to the U.S. Intelligence Community, Department of Defense and Federal/Civilian Agencies focused primarily on innovations in cyber security, data analysis, technology and technology research.

Ambrose is responsible for leading all aspects of the Treasury and Corporate/Financial Development functions to drive value creation across the organization. Specifically, responsible for capital structure planning, investor management, corporate development, pension administration/management, corporate financing, banking relationships, liquidity/cash management and risk management.

Prior to joining Vencore, Ambrose served as Global Director & Treasurer for Micros Systems/Oracle. As part of the Corporate Finance team, Ambrose led the global $1.4B dollar multinational growth technology organization. Responsible for optimizing shareholder value by providing leadership and guidance overseeing activities in 80 countries and 40 currencies, developing business/treasury-related strategies and policies, including FX hedging activities, investments, mergers & acquisitions, risk management and capital markets activities.

Prior to joining Micros, Ambrose was Global Director of Operations & Asst. Treasurer/Secretary at Hanger Orthopedic Group. While there, he directed management of multifunctional treasury & business operations supporting multiple business units. Ambrose designed and implemented treasury & business operational structures from a "ground zero" $200M public offering including strategic planning and project implementation to a $1.5B organization.

Ambrose holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Virginia Military Institute and completed the Finance/Treasury Management Executive Program from UNC at Chapel Hill Ken-Flagler Business School. Ambrose also actively participated in the early formations of the ANSI X12 standards Chartered by the American National Standards Institute for financial EDI and inter-industry exchange as well the Medical Banking Project focused on the convergence of the medical, banking and insurance systems.