CODA Holdings, a California-based automotive technology company, has hired former General Electric (GE) and HD Supply executive Mark Jamieson as chief financial officer (CFO). He will manage CODA’s finance, human resources, information technology and recruiting functions.
Jamieson brings 35 years of experience in finance and operations within the consumer, industrial, transportation and energy markets to the CODA team. Prior to CODA, he served as executive vice president and CFO of HD Supply, one of the largest wholesale distributors in North America. Prior to HD Supply, Jamieson was CFO of Ryder Systems, a global transportation and supply chain management company.
Jamieson began his career at GE, where he spent more than 30 years overseeing numerous domestic and international assignments, eventually serving as CFO of GE Industrial Systems, an US$8bn global business unit.
Jamieson received undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Accounting from Cleveland State University, and was recruited to GE’s Financial Management Training Programme in GE Lighting.
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