Biorem, a clean technology company, has appointed Robert Wood as chief financial officer (CFO), effective 7 February 2011. Before joining Biorem, Wood served as the CFO of Trojan Technologies, a global water treatment technology company. He also held positions of progressive responsibility in the field of financial management as a management consultant in France and at Weston Bakeries.
Wood is a graduate of the University of Windsor’s MBA programme and Wilfrid Laurier’s Business Administration programme. Wood is a certified management accountant (CMA).
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