Parabel, and its operating company PA, a global provider of micro-crop technology and solutions that produce new sources of feed, food and fuel, has hired Syed Naqvi as chief financial officer (CFO). Naqvi brings over 15 years of financial management experience to Parabel. During that time, he guided public and private companies through rapid growth, change management and profitability improvements.
Prior to joining Parabel, Naqvi was founder and principal of business advisory firm Zurich Advisors. Before that, he served as CFO of multinational telecommunications and financial services company, Celexpress. Naqvi has provided financial management services to technology, e-commerce, telecommunications and entertainment companies with national and international operations. Previously, Naqvi held financial positions with Telmed, Hospital Corporation of America, and LabCorp Holdings. He holds a BBA in accounting from Florida Atlantic University and is a certified public accountant (CPA).
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