Eze Castle Integration, a provider of IT services, technology and consulting to investment management firms, has promoted Christopher Holden from the position of senior vice president (SVP) of finance to chief financial officer (CFO). Holden, who has served the company for nearly a decade, will oversee all of Eze Castle’s worldwide financial operations.
Since joining Eze Castle in 2003, Holden has managed the company’s US financial operations and spearheaded the establishment of international operations, most recently in Asia and the UK. As CFO, he will oversee global finance, accounting, legal, and real estate functions. Holden is also a member of Eze Castle’s executive management team, which directs all aspects of company strategy, planning and operations. Prior to Eze Castle, he was a principal at The Parthenon Group, a global strategic advisory firm.
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