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ACA appoints CFO

by Krystal Scanlon 10 June 2022

ACA Group has appointed Neeraj Karhade as chief financial officer, based in New York.

Karhade’s appointment comes after ACA announced its merger with Foreside Financial Services

He joins from retail business Transformco where he spent the last year as CFO. In this role he was responsible for the firm’s financial functions, including financial reporting, audit and compliance, treasury, tax, strategic planning and corporate finance. Prior to this, he spent a year as CFO of software development company Silverline, where he led the firm’s financial strategy and direction through the pandemic. He also helped to set up the business for its next stage of growth. Other positions include managing director, strategic finance practice at Accordion Partners (2015 - 2019) and managing partner of India Private Equity Partners (2006 - 2012).

“As we get larger and more complex, our entire financial and analytics infrastructure needs to mature to support this expansion,” commented Shvetank Shah, CEO of ACA. “Neeraj’s experience not just as a financial leader but as chief performance officer will help scale ACA through our next chapter.”

Karhade’s appointment follows the announcement that ACA merged with Foreside Financial Group last month to provide a full suite of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) solutions for clients.

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