IA Global, a global services and technology company, has announced that Mark Scott will resign as chief financial officer (CFO). The company and Mark Scott have agreed to a separation agreement that allows for an orderly transition and timely filing of the company’s annual report. Greg LeClaire, who currently serves as a director of IA Global, will become CFO upon Scott’s departure.
In the meantime, LeClaire will be serving in a consulting capacity. He has resigned as chairman of the company’s compensation committee and member of the nomination and audit committees. The transition should be completed by 30 June 2011.
In addition to IA Global, LeClaire serves as a member of the board of directors of LiveDeal. Previously, he was CFO of ClearOne Communications, a manufacturer and marketer of audio conferencing and related products. Prior to that, LeClaire held a 12-year career in a variety of senior finance and accounting positions with Utah Medical Products, a multinational medical device corporation, rising to become vice president and CFO.
LeClaire has significant experience in the areas of finance and accounting, SEC reporting, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, budgeting and financial management. He holds an MSc degree in management from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business and a BSc degree in accounting from the University of Utah.
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