Central European Media Enterprises (CEME) has appointed David Sach as chief financial officer (CFO). He succeeds Charles Frank, who has been serving as CEME’s interim CFO since July 2009.
Prior to joining CEME, Sach served as CFO at Clearwire, a Nasdaq-listed group that provides high-speed internet services to consumers and businesses in the US. Before that, he was CFO of Millicom International Cellular, an emerging markets mobile telephony group listed in the Nasdaq 100 and on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.
Sach also held several senior finance roles at France Telecom, EMI Group and Thomson Professional Publishing. He began his career with Price Waterhouse in New York.
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