INX, a US provider of IP communications and data centre solutions for enterprise organisations, has appointed Philip Rydzewski as chief financial officer (CFO). From 2001 to 2004, Rydzewski was CFO for HMS Holdings, a technology service based business in the healthcare sector; then from 2004 to 2007, he was vice president of finance for Catalyst Health Solutions, a pharmacy benefit manager.
Most recently Rydzewski was providing a variety of CFO services to public and private companies on a consulting basis following a period as chief accounting officer (CAO) from 2007 to 2008 for HealthMarkets, a private equity-owned SEC registrant in the insurance industry. Earlier in his career, Rydzewski was with KPMG for five years followed by eight years with a NYSE-listed company, where he was the vice president corporate controller.
He is a graduate of Georgetown University and holds an inactive certified public account (CPA) licence.
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