More NewsInterGen Promotes Marc Stewart to CFO

InterGen Promotes Marc Stewart to CFO

InterGen, a global power generation firm, has promoted Marc Stewart to chief financial officer (CFO), effective 1 October 2011. Stewart will oversee InterGen’s finance, corporate accounting, tax, treasury and planning functions. He replaces Martin Rees, who will be leaving to pursue other interests.

Prior to his promotion, Stewart was vice president and corporate controller for InterGen. In that capacity, he had global responsibility for the company’s accounting activities, including quarterly and annual closing of the accounts, management of the annual audit process and working regularly with the Audit and Risk Committee (ARC) of the board. Stewart earned a Bachelor’s degree in Administration and Accounting from the E Claiborne Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond. In addition, he holds the designation of certified public accountant (CPA).

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