Stereotaxis has hired Daniel Johnston as its new chief financial officer (CFO), effective 15 November 2009. He will join Stereotaxis in September 2009 and replace James Stolze, who will retire from the company effective at year end 2009. Johnston brings over 15 years of senior financial management experience, including the position of CFO at three manufacturing companies with revenues of US$1bn or more.
Johnston currently serves as the executive vice president and CFO of United Components, a Carlyle Group portfolio company that manufactures automobile parts primarily for the after-market channels, a position he has held since 2007. Prior to this, he was vice president and CFO of Solae Company, a food science and ingredient manufacturer. Before joining Solae in 2006, Johnston spent 11 years, including eight as CFO, at United Industries, a manufacturer of diversified consumer packaged goods.
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