Bye bye Bavaria: Identive moves corporate finance operations to California

identive-accessIdentive has announced that it will move its corporate finance activities from its Europe hub in Ismaning Germany to its corporate headquarters in California as part of its continuing efforts to simplify its business operations. Along with this move, Brian Nelson has been appointed chief financial officer and secretary of the company, effective December 20, 2013. Nelson is based in California and replaces David Wear, who will remain with the company as vice president, special projects and assist with the transition of corporate finance to the U.S.

Jason Hart, chief executive officer of Identive, said, “We continue to make significant progress in simplifying Identive’s organizational structure, lowering our cost base and transforming the business from a group of individual silos into a single, unified company focused on delivering identity and trust solutions for the enterprise, consumer and government markets, which is our core strength. Moving our corporate finance activities to the U.S. is a natural step that allows us to centralize all our corporate functions and bring together key members of the management team. I am grateful to David for his past and future support during this period of sweeping changes. I am pleased that Brian is joining us as CFO. His practical experience and breadth of knowledge are assets that will serve the company well as we work to create a leaner, stronger and more aligned business model.”
Brian Nelson, 55, has more than 20 years of practical experience in accounting and finance, ranging from executive finance positions with both emerging and established technology companies in Silicon Valley to providing audit assurance and transaction-related services to public and private companies.

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