Merz North America Appoints New CFO
Alana Sine is the new chief financial officer of Merz North America. Sine has served as interim CFO since March 2018. Over the course of her 13-year tenure at Merz, Sine assumed finance roles of increasing responsibility. As interim CFO, she successfully led the budget and strategic planning process for the coming fiscal year. Prior to joining Merz, Sine held accounting and finance roles at Ernst & Young and Lowe's Food Stores. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees in accounting from the University of North Carolina - Greensboro and is a certified public accountant in the state of North Carolina.
“I've dedicated a good portion of my career to Merz North America because what we do here matters-we have a positive impact on patients' lives,” Sine said. “I'm honored and excited to join a leadership team that is driving us to new levels of performance.”
“Our exhaustive global search for a chief financial officer who can help us continue our rapid growth led us right back to Raleigh,” said...
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