Over the course of his career, Jim learned to a be successful CFO one needs to understand all aspects of a business. Jim began his career in accounting at Remington Products. While at Remington he earned an MBA from the University of Connecticut. Jim continued to advance his finance and operations career, working for The Limited, Diageo, Warnaco. At Warnaco, he was appointed division CFO. More recently he served as senior VP and CFO for Greenwich Associates, a research and advisory company.
In his 30 years leading, working in, or collaborating with every function of a business Jim learned how to help to business owners and key stakeholders optimize cash flows and maximize profitability as well as being a trusted strategic advisor and business leader. Jim has touched all areas of a company including:
Jim and his wife raised two children in Monroe, CT. He played baseball in college and continues to lead an active lifestyle as a golfer, skier, and tennis player. Jim is also inspired by the life of the mind and is an avid reader of books on business, history, and fiction.
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