ConvergeOne has named Louis Berezovsky as chief financial officer (CFO). Berezovsky will report directly to John Stuart, chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman of the board.
As CFO, Berezovsky is responsible for managing all aspects of financial planning, assessment, and reporting. That includes supervising the finance and accounting departments as well as having close, frequent contact with equity partners and banks. He is also responsible for quantifying and reporting on key drivers of financial performance, including operations, sales, and productivity.
ConvergeOne’s growth strategy entails long-term investments in developing companies that demonstrate strong viability and leadership in their industries. As CFO, Berezovsky will be involved in reviewing all acquisition candidates and play a critical role in any subsequent pricing and due diligence.
Berezovsky’s 18-plus years in finance and accounting includes nearly a decade of working in a private equity environment and the completion of 50 acquisitions. He began his career at a Minneapolis-based certified public accountancy (CPA) firm and spent more than 12 years at AIR-serv, a St Paul-based business operating tire-inflation and vacuum vending machines serving the convenience store industry. During his time at AIR-serv, the company completed 40 acquisitions. As the CFO, Berezovsky led the acquisition and due diligence efforts before representing the company in an investment bank-led sale process that resulted in a very successful outcome for the investors.
Berezovsky received his BS in Accounting from the Curtis Carlson School of Management at the University of Minnesota and is a certified management accountant (CMA).
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