IBJ honors top financial executives
CFOs play a pivotal role in managing finances, plotting strategy and building value at central Indiana organizations large and small. Meet IBJ’s 15 CFO of the Year honorees—men and women who maximize the performance of their organizations and bring out the best in the colleagues who surround them.
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Project Lead The Way Inc.
Project Lead The Way’s finances have dramatically improved and its service offerings expanded since John Visconti re-engineered the organization’s business model in 2012.
Indiana University Health
Ryan Kitchell joined IU Health in 2012 following a blitz of mergers and building projects by the state’s largest hospital system. He helped create internal systems that better organized care and strengthened the bottom line.
The National Bank of Indianapolis
Debra Ross joined The National Bank of Indianapolis before its 1993 opening. It’s been profitable every year, even during the financial crisis, and now is the state’s 11th-largest bank.
Jeff Holley this year helped OneAmerica Financial Partners pull of the acquisition of BMO Retirement Services, which increased OneAmerica’s assets under administration from $44 billion to $70 billion, nearly triple where they were four years ago.
KAR Auction Services
Eric Loughmiller said KAR Auction Services invests in the business and makes decisions aimed at building long-term shareholder value, a strategy that has helped swell the company’s market value to more than $5 billion.