Maximus details CFO transition
- By Ross Wilkers
- Jan 07, 2021
Maximus has promoted one of its own executives to become the public sector services company’s next chief financial officer as the current CFO moves toward retirement.
Reston, Virginia-based Maximus said Thursday that David Mutryn, currently senior vice president of finance, will elevate to the CFO position on Dec. 1 and succeed the retiring Rick Nadeau.
Mutryn joined Maximus in 2016 as global corporate controller and transitioned to his current position last year. Prior to Maximus, he was vice president of finance at the former CSRA and held other financial leadership positions at predecessor company SRA International.
Nadeau is also an SRA veteran who was its CFO prior to his appointment in 2014 to become Maximus’ finance chief.
His tenure at Maximus included the acquisitions of Acentia in 2015 and the former General Dynamics contact center business in 2019, both of which helped grow Maximus’ revenue from $1.7 billion in its 2014 fiscal year to $3.4 billion for FY 2020.
Net income also rose from $145 million to $215 million over that six-year time span.
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