Möbius Partners, an enterprise-level IT solutions provider, has hired Rosemary Elizalde as chief financial officer (CFO). Elizalde joins the company’s management team, where she will be responsible for analysing the company’s performance, enhancing its financial infrastructure, reviewing benefits, overseeing the customer relationship management (CRM) programme, and negotiating contracts with business partners.
Previously, Elizalde spent a significant portion of her career at USAA Federal Savings Bank in executive level positions, serving as senior vice president (SVP)/senior financial officer (SFO) prior to her departure. In addition to her experience at USAA, she has held positions as CFO for Five Star Group, director of project services/executive recruiter for Accretive Solutions, and senior auditor for KPMG.
A certified public accountant (CPA), Elizalde received her BBA degree in accounting from the University of Texas at Austin, her MBA degree from the University of the Incarnate Word, and a CBA from the Graduate School of Banking.
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