Mad Catz Interactive, a third-party interactive entertainment accessory provider, has announced that chief financial officer (CFO) Stewart Halpern has resigned to pursue other interests. Halpern will act in a transition role through 30 September 2010.
In addition, the company has named controller Allyson Vanderford as interim CFO. Vanderford has served as Mad Catz’ controller since December 2008, during which time she has managed the company’s accounting and financial reporting functions.
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