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2015 CFO of the Year

2015 CFO of the Year

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2015 CFO of the Year: Kathleen McNeely

McNeely works for the NCAA, which gets most of its revenue from the three-week men's basketball tournament each spring. “That lack of diversity in the revenue stream is what gives me my heartburn moment,” she says.
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2015 CFO of the Year: Ryan Kitchell

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.
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2015 CFO of the Year: Kevin Honigford

Since Kevin Honigford arrived at Ivy Tech Foundation in 2008, its assets have tripled from $55 million to $176 million, with privately sourced contributions rising from an average of $13 million to $24 million. And all with a staff of four.
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2015 CFO of the Year: Mark Denien

In just the last year, Mark Denien has helped Duke Realty Corp. raise more than $2.4 billion in capital and pay off $1.4 billion in debt. In the process, the company's debt-to-market-cap ratio improved from 49 percent in early 2014 to 34 percent today.
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2015 CFO of the Year: Eric Loughmiller

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.
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2015 CFO of the Year: Joseph Stein

Joseph Stein has helped Taft Stettinius & Hollister pull off  a series of mergers, a tricky task made more so by the firm's commitment that it not disrupt the culture of the local offices it brings into the fold.
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