Pragmatics appoints former Stanley exec as new CFO
- By Mark Hoover
- Oct 15, 2012
Pragmatics has appointed Michael Zaramba to the position of chief financial officer. He will report to the company’s CEO, Long Nguyen.
“We are pleased to welcome Michael to our executive management team. He is a proven leader who has been instrumental in supporting corporate growth and expansion in service company environments for more than 20 years,” Nguyen said. “He will play a key role in achieving Pragmatics’ long-term financial goals, and his track record of success will be invaluable as we continue to focus on our growth strategies. We look forward to his contributions.”
In his new role, Zaramba will be responsible for Pragmatics’ financial operations, such as corporate accounting, financial strategy and business planning, and will oversee tax functions and corporate acquisitions.
Zaramba was most recently president of Altron Inc., where he orchestrated, negotiated and closed the firm’s merger with Provident Analysis Corp. He chaired the executive committee and served on the company’s board of directors.
Before Altron, he served as both CFO and chief strategy officer at Stanley Inc., where he played an instrumental part in taking the company public, Pragmatics said.
His expertise includes finance and accounting, strategic planning, mergers and acquisitions and risk management and compliance.
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