Anthony Casciano is President and CEO of Siemens Financial Services, Inc., the U.S. financing arm of Siemens Financial Services (SFS). He is also CEO of SFS’s Project & Structured Finance Americas business unit, providing debt financing – including corporate lending, project finance, and structured finance solutions – to clients across the region. In this role, he has implemented a regional environmental, social, governance (ESG) strategy, underscored by a corporate culture of sustainable investing, community giving, and employee well-being. This includes the launch of several initiatives, such as the expansion of energy-as-a service and sustainability-linked lending products and employee fundraising and volunteer efforts offered throughout the year.
Casciano also developed Siemens Servicios Comerciales (SSC), in Mexico City, Mexico, as part of SFS’s global network of companies. Supporting investments in Latin America, SSC helps clients in the region realize longer-term productivity, obtain digital and automation technology, increase access to capital, and develop growth strategies. Previously, he served as CEO of the global Industry and Healthcare Finance business at SFS, overseeing the growth of SFS’s activities in the global healthcare and industrial markets in addition to managing the global leveraged finance business across all industries. Throughout his tenure, Casciano built a global equity business, namely with infrastructure finance expertise. Prior to joining Siemens in 2008, Casciano held senior leadership positions in corporate finance at leading institutions including Deutsche Bank and General Electric.
Anthony holds a B.A. degree in economics from Drew University and an M.B.A. in marketing from Rutgers University’s School of Business. He is a certified Six Sigma black belt and has been nominated for and participated in several corporate-led executive leadership and strategic marketing courses. He sits on the U.S. Executive Management Council for Siemens and serves as a board member for various professional organizations.