Bell Micro has appointed a new finance and chief accounting officer.
The distributor, which was delisted from the Nasdaq stock exchange earlier this month (CRN, 19 March), has appointed Marc Blouin to manage the day-to-day accounting operations and corporate accounting functions including consolidations, SEC reporting and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
Blouin will also be responsible for the development and implementation of Bell's global accounting policies and practices, as well as ensuring compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Bill Meyer, chief financial officer at Bell, said: "Marc's long history in financial management, coupled with his successful track record in the technology industry, is an ideal complement to our strong management team. We have aggressive plans for the coming years, and Marc's highly relevant industry experience is certain to help Bell Microproducts achieve its goals."
Blouin said: "Joining Bell Microproducts, one of the leading international
value-added distributors in the world, is extremely exciting for me. I look forward to being part of this strong company and its impressive executive team. "
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