Teleflex, a global provider of specialty medical devices, has promoted Thomas Powell to senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Powell, who has served as the CFO of two other publicly traded companies, joined Teleflex in 2011 as SVP, global finance. He replaces Richard Meier, whose employment was terminated.
Prior to joining Teleflex, Powell served since 2009 as CFO of TomoTherapy, which was sold last year to Accuray. Previously, he was CFO of Textura and executive vice president (EVP), CFO and treasurer of Midway Games. Powell has also held leadership positions with Dade Behring (now Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics), PepsiCo, Bain & Company, Tenneco and Arthur Andersen. He earned a MBA from the University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Pennsylvania State University.
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