P2 Energy Solutions, an independent software and services provider to the upstream oil and gas industry, has hired Chad Martin as chief financial officer (CFO). Martin comes to P2 with more than 20 years’ experience in leadership and financial roles.
Most recently, Martin was president and CFO of Home Care Assistance, a non-medical home care business with offices in six states and franchised operations nationwide. Prior to that, he was CFO of Pacific Pulmonary Services, a home respiratory company with 120 locations in 20 states. Martin also spent 10 years in investment banking with Goldman, Sachs & Co, working in mergers and acquisitions (M&As) and technology, media and telecom groups.
As CFO, Martin will have responsibility for the finance, accounting and human resources departments at P2. Martin replaces Andrew Hicks who has served as CFO since 2009, and has accepted a position with another Vista Equity Partners’ portfolio company.
Martin holds an MBA from Stanford University and a BBA from Texas Christian University.
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