GreenWood, Inc, an integrated operations, maintenance and construction solutions provider, has named Chris Hemmings as chief financial officer (CFO). Hemmings has more than 25 years of financial expertise having served in the fields of auditing, accounting and project finance both domestically and internationally. He assumes responsibility for enhancing, maintaining and managing all corporate financial systems including oversight of the administrative accounting team.
As a member of the management leadership team, Hemmings leads all strategic financial planning, evaluation and analysis pertaining to the fiscal performance of the company. Additionally, he serves as company representative in banking relationships; oversees long-term budgetary planning and cost management; and develops forward-looking, predictive models that project the financial health of GreenWood.
Hemmings background includes employment with Fluor, Engelhard, Biltmore Farms and Glade Holdings. Within these organisations, he held the positions of finance manager, controller and CFO.
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