Wednesday, 23 July 2014
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Feb 8 2012 | 12:31pm ET
IT services provider Eze Castle Integration, has promoted Christopher Holden, a 10-year company veteran and former senior VP of finance, to chief financial officer.
As CFO, Holden will oversee global finance, accounting, legal and real estate functions. Holden is also a member of Eze Castle’s executive management team, which directs all aspects of company strategy, planning and operations. Prior to joining Eze Castle, Holden was a principal at The Parthenon Group, a global strategic advisory firm. The appointment comes as Eze Castle is expanding to new markets worldwide, most recently in Asia and the UK.
“Chris has played a significant role in Eze Castle’s success in the past several years, overseeing the financial components of our new offices in London, Geneva, Hong Kong and Singapore,” said John Cahaly, CEO and chairman of Eze Castle Integration. “The CFO role is a perfect fit for Chris’ many abilities and talents, and I’m confident he’ll continue to contribute to the financial health and growth of the company.”
Jul 8 2014 | 10:48am ET
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