Sopogy, a provider of MicroCSP solar technology, has appointed Michael Loo as its new chief financial officer (CFO).
Loo comes to Sopogy with over 24 years of corporate financial management and public accounting experience. Most recently, he served seven years as vice president for finance and administration at Kamehameha Schools, which has held the distinction as one of the largest charitable trusts in the US with an estimated portfolio of over US$7bn. Prior to Kamehameha Schools, he served nine years as vice president – controller, treasurer and corporate officer at Hawaiian Airlines and seven years in the public accounting field as senior manager at KPMG.
Loo will be replacing Tim Wong, who has served as Sopogy’s CFO since 2007. Wong will become the vice president of administration overseeing human resources, IT, professional services and strategic initiatives.
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