GeoEye Revamps Financial Team After Extensive Financing Search

By | October 19, 2009 | Government, ST Briefs

[Satellite TODAY 10-19-09] GeoEye has appointed four new members of its financial team following an extensive search for debt financing in September, which earned the company $249.5 million out of a requested $400 million, the imagery company announced Oct. 16.
    Ramsey Price was named vice president of RapidEye’s financial systems and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; James Craig was named vice president of its special projects treasury operations; Charmaine Pavelko was named director of company taxes; and Michael Harbour was appointed assistant controller.
    “One of our primary goals is to make sure our financial stakeholders receive timely, accurate and useful financial information. Our team is working hard to strengthen our financial organization to meet GeoEye’s current and future financial needs and better serve our investors,” GeoEye CFO Joseph Greeves said in a statement.

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