Federal Signal, an environmental and safety solutions company, has appointed Braden Waverley as interim chief financial officer (CFO), effective 10 October. He will replace Bill Barker, who is departing to join Trustwave as CFO.
Prior to joining Federal Signal in a consulting capacity last year, Waverley served as executive chairman of CombineNet, and was an investor and advisor to multiple, early stage companies. His capital markets experience ranges from private equity and venture capital to public markets.
Waverley has over 20 years of operations and general management experience, including global executive management responsibilities with Dell and Motorola. He holds a MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
In parallel with Waverley’s appointment as interim CFO, the company has initiated an external search for a permanent replacement.
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