Tix Corporation, an integrated entertainment company, has named Steve Handy as its new chief financial officer (CFO). He replaces Matthew Natalizio.
Handy has recently been serving in senior finance roles for public companies primarily in the entertainment industry providing regulatory reporting, strategy and business development. Previously, over a five-year period, Handy held various positions of increasing responsibility including senior vice president (SVP), CFO and corporate secretary of SM&A, a former publicly traded professional services firm with revenues of approximately US$100m.
Handy also held various management roles in high technology manufacturing and service companies including working abroad for a US high technology manufacturer. He also served as senior auditor, business advisory and audit services for Deloitte & Touche.
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