Pioneer Power Solutions, a manufacturer of electrical equipment for utility, industrial, commercial and wind energy applications, has appointed Andrew Minkow as chief financial officer (CFO), secretary and treasurer.
Minkow has over 18 years of industry experience in corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, financial reporting, forecasting and general operational and administrative management. He was previously the president of MAST Consulting, a provider of executive management, strategic planning and financial reporting services to several corporate clients, including to Pioneer.
From 2001 to 2009, Minkow was a founding employee and shareholder of Morgan Joseph & Co, where he successfully executed over US$2bn in investment banking transactions and provided leadership in business development and operational management, aiding the firm in its rapid growth during his eight year tenure. Minkow has a BA degree from Cornell University and received an MBA from Columbia Business School.
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