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Vexos, a global leader in electronic manufacturing services and component sourcing, has announced the appointment of Michael Pisch as their new chief financial officer. Pisch will be responsible for all global finance leadership for Vexos and will report to the company's chief executive officer, David Buckley.
Pisch has more than 30 years of experience in executive-level financial leadership and business development roles, as well as significant investor relations and private equity experience, leading the charge on sales transactions, recapitalizations, and ownership interactions.
Pisch most recently served as chief financial officer for Davis-Standard, a private-sector manufacturing company, where he oversaw global finance performance, HR and business development, and managed all elements of board meetings and syndicate lending group relationships. Prior to this, Pisch served as the chief financial officer for Micross, a semiconductor company, where he established and managed all operating rhythms for the global business, improving quality and building strong financial processes and other support operations.
"After an in-depth search, I am excited to announce Mike Pisch as Chief Financial Officer for Vexos," said David Buckley, president and CEO of Vexos. "Mike is a highly credentialed executive with extensive experience in global financial leadership, general management, corporate strategy and operational excellence. He will be a valuable asset to Vexos helping to implement a streamlined, more flexible cost structure, while enabling us to focus on our strategic growth opportunities."
Mike Pisch began his career at Deloitte and Touche in Philadelphia, PA. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting (BBA) from LaSalle University and a Master's degree in business administration (MBA) from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business Executive MBA Program. Pisch is six-sigma trained and has held numerous board positions throughout his career.