The provider has tapped Jim Corr as executive vice president and CFO.
Prior to joining Scivantage, Corr spent eight years as controller, CFO and CAO at Pershing-affiliated Albridge Solutions, where he was responsible for business development, operations, client servicing, project management and financial management. There, he was an integral part of the leadership team that led Albridge from venture-backed startup through to acquisitions by PNC Global Investment Servicing in 2007 and ultimately BNY Mellon in 2010.
“Jim has a deep understanding of business management and a sharp financial acumen that will be invaluable to Scivantage’s long term growth and success, as well as a track record of directing business transformations through sound counsel and strategic planning,” says Adnane Charchour, CEO, Scivantage. “Jim’s experience in growing technology companies, especially through guiding successful mergers and acquisitions, is perfectly aligned to the strategic needs of our company.”
Corr holds degrees from University of Pennsylvania and Notre Dame.
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