Horizon Cash Management Names New CFO

Aug 11 2009 | 1:00am ET

Horizon Cash Management, a specialist in cash management for alternative investment funds, has appointed Jennifer Wenthen as chief financial officer. 

In her new role, Wenthen will oversee all company accounting practices, including tax and audit functions, and will direct financial strategy, planning and forecasts for the firm.

Wenthen reports to Pauline Modjeski, president of Horizon.

“As hedge funds, managed futures funds and other global institutional investors continue their renewed vitality, we’ve attracted new clients and seen existing clients grow their portfolios,” said Modjeski.

Prior to joining Horizon in 2008, Wenthen was controller at PCS, Inc. and nPhase, LCC, two software development firms subsequently acquired by Qualcomm, a major player in the digital wireless telecommunications industry. Before that she managed network operations and financial accounting for Mitsui OSK Lines, a global shipping company.


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