RRsat, a provider of comprehensive content management and global distribution services to the television and radio broadcasting industries, has appointed of Itzhak Zion as chief financial officer (CFO). Zion is replacing David Aber, the current CFO.
Zion has held several CFO positions in the technology, communications and retail industries in both private and publicly traded companies. He was most recently the CFO of ECI Telecom, one of the largest Hi Tech companies in Israel, with worldwide presence. Before that he served as CFO of Motorola Israel (2004-2007) during which he also served on the board of directors of MIRS Communications, an Israeli cellular operator.
From 1999-2003 he was the CFO of Super-Sol, one of Israel’s largest retail companies which at the time was traded on both the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange. From 1995-1999, Zion was CFO of Nasdaq-traded New Dimension Software, which was eventually acquired by BMC Software. Zion is a certified public accountant (CPA) and holds a BA in Accounting and Economics from Tel Aviv University.
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