LiveDeal, a provider of web-based customer acquisition services for small local businesses and Internet Yellow Pages directory services, has appointed of Lawrence (Larry) Tomsic as chief financial officer (CFO). Tomsic will replace Rajeev Seshadri, who has been CFO since November 2008.
Tomsic recently served as controller for Alliance Residential Company, an apartment complex with 3,221 units and US$90m in annual sales. Previously, he was a controller and CFO for various clients of JKL Consulting (including a planned unit development and a concrete contractor) from 2006-2008 and CFO of John R Wood, a real estate brokerage focusing on luxury residential housing and commercial properties, from 1997-2006.
Previously, Tomsic worked as a financial officer and in other management positions for various companies (including US Home Corporation and Collier Enterprises) from 1983-1997. He was also a senior auditor for Deloitte & Touche for three years. Tomsic holds a BS in Accounting from the University of Delaware and an MBA in Accounting from the University of Denver. He is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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