Norsat International, a provider of broadband communications solutions, has appointed Trevor Greene as its chief financial officer (CFO). Greene replaces Eugene Syho, who will remain on board during a transition period and will be leaving to pursue other opportunities.
Greene, a chartered accountant (CA), has worked for Ernst & Young Chartered Accountants since 2005 and has obtained substantial experience in financial reporting of both Canadian and US publicly listed companies, primarily in mining and technology related industries. As a manager within the assurance practice, he is also well versed in the requirements of complex regulatory environments, including reporting under SOX 404 and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Prior to joining Ernst & Young, Greene’s professional experience included process engineering, cost management and analysis, short term and long term cash management, and ISO 9000 certification, developed while working within the accounting team of a world class international shipping firm and as financial manager of a start-up manufacturing company.
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