LDR Holding, a medical device company offering innovative spinal implants for both non-fusion and fusion applications, has appointed Robert McNamara as chief financial officer (CFO). McNamara has held executive leadership positions with technology and medical device companies over the past two decades.
As an experienced CFO, McNamara has extensive corporate finance experience including the management of two successful initial public offerings (IPOs), numerous capital raises, and multiple merger and acquisition transactions in global market environments. He holds a BSc from the University of San Francisco and a MBA from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dennis Hynson, who previously held the position of CFO, will remain with the company as senior vice president (SVP) global finance. Hynson will lead the worldwide finance team and manage the reporting of LDR’s global direct entities.
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