MISSISSAUGA, ON, July 5, 2022 /CNW/ – EllisDon Company at the moment introduced the appointment of Brian Kilburn as Chief Monetary Officer (CFO). Kilburn assumes the place from John Bernhardt, who’s retiring after a 32-year tenure with the corporate, 18 as CFO.
“This can be a large second for EllisDon. We’re saying farewell to a pacesetter and CFO who noticed EllisDon develop from an organization in peril to Canada’s largest Building Companies firm,” stated Geoff Smith, President and CEO, EllisDon. “And we welcome a CFO who will oversee all monetary facets of EllisDon’s continued development and success.”
Kilburn is a Licensed Public Accountant (CPA) and acquired his Bachelor of Accounting diploma from Brock College and his Masters of Enterprise Administration from Queens College.
Kilburn joined EllisDon in 2009 as a Controller working with our Capital, Companies and Worldwide Divisions. In 2011 and 2012, Kilburn was actively concerned in EllisDon’s acquisition of Looby and PME Inc, respectively. Kilburn held the position of Treasurer from 2014 to 2016.
In 2016, Kilburn was promoted to Vice President of Finance and step by step took on extra accountability, together with banking and bonding relationships, money administration, and monetary reporting. Kilburn has contributed considerably to the evaluation and negotiations that can see EllisDon change into a 100% employee-owned firm.
“I’m very honoured to tackle the chance as CFO for a corporation the place I’ve spent the higher a part of my profession. I look ahead to main a gaggle of clever, like-minded people who find themselves dedicated to making sure EllisDon continues to place itself as an elite world building companies firm,” stated Brian Kilburn, CFO, EllisDon. “I need to sincerely thank John Bernhardt, with whom I’ve labored carefully through the years, for his help, mentorship, and friendship. I want him all the perfect in his retirement.”
SOURCE EllisDon Company
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