Candace Caley is a partner with SolomonEdwardsGroup LLC (SEG). Since joining SEG in November of 2007, she established and currently manages SolomonEdwards Houston office and is the Managing
Partner of SolomonEdwards Banking & Financial Services Practice.
With more than 20 years of professional services experience in financial and operational consulting, Candace’s specialty is profitability enhancement through the reengineering of operational, financial, and business processes and practices. She has experience in a number of different industries but has concentrated heavily on the financial services industry serving a wide array of clientele, including large commercial banking institutions, the major GSEs (FNMA and FHLMC), the FDIC, the SBA, savings and loans, and mortgage banks.
Before joining SEG, Candace was Managing Director of Consulting Services at Clayton Services where she provided operational business solutions and process improvement services to the mortgage and investment banking industries.
Prior to that, she spent 18 years at Horn Murdock Cole & Co. where she held various positions of increasing responsibility, including Vice President of Consulting Services for the Houston office and National Director of the Financial Services Practice. In this role, she managed a team of 120 consultants delivering operational and financial business solutions and process improvement services to both public and private commercial and mortgage institutions.
Candace began her career at Arthur Andersen & Co. after graduating cum
laude from University of Tulsa in Tulsa, Okla. with a bachelor’s degree in
accounting. She is a former board member of the Women's Finance Exchange and is
currently involved in the fundraising efforts of both the Houston Pediatric
Hospice Association and Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP). She participates
in the United Way Women’s initiative as a member of the Alexis de Tocqueville
Houston, TX 77056
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