Corporation Service Company (CSC), a business, legal and financial solutions company, has appointed Thomas Porth as chief financial officer (CFO). He will oversee all areas of financial management, including the company’s accounting, treasury and planning/analysis functions.
Porth joined CSC in 2004 and most recently served as vice president for the small business unit, which incorporates tens of thousands of new businesses annually and provides ongoing compliance services to 200,000 companies located throughout the US. Porth also oversees CSC’s marketing department, a role he will continue to fill.
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