Clearview Strengthens Front Office

Dec 4 2006 | 5:02pm ET

Old Greenwich, Conn.-based Clearview Capital recently hired Paul Caliento and Anthony Veith as principals, Brad Simpson as controller and Amanda Birnbaum as director of marketing.

Caliento joins Clearview from Flackman, Goodman & Potter, a regional audit, tax and consulting firm, where he was the lead partner in charge of M&A transaction advisory services. Prior to joining Clearview, Veith spent 10 years at LaSalle Business Credit.

Previously, Simpson worked for Palmeri Fund Administrators in Fair Lawn, N.J., where he was an accounting supervisor and client relationship contact. And Birnbaum was the former director of graphic design for Not Traditional Media in New York.

The firm also recently promoted Matt Rumilly to vice president of Clearview Capital.  Rumilly joined Clearview in 2002 and has worked on a wide variety of projects from acquisitions to portfolio company improvement.


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