Verifone have announced the appointment of a new Chief Financial Officer in Marc E. Rothman.
The former CFO at Motorola is also becoming an executive Vice President at Verifone, succeeding Robert Dykes who will retire at the end of the month.
“Rothman’s experience leading financial strategy and governance, along with his global experience helping to build operations, particularly in emerging markets as both the CFO of Motorola Mobility and in senior finance roles within Motorola Inc., aligns extremely well with VeriFone’s goals,” said VeriFone Chief Executive Officer Douglas G. Bergeron.
Bob Dykes welcomed Rothman as his successor, saying, “My time at VeriFone during expansion of electronic payments into new markets and geographies has been gratifying and exciting. Marc is a perfect choice to oversee the company’s financial and operational performance.”
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