Cash Converters (ASX:CCV) - CEO & Managing Director, Sam Budiselik
CEO & Managing Director, Sam Budiselik
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  • Cash Converters (CCV) has appointed Sam Budiselik as CEO and Managing Director, effective December 18
  • Sam was initially appointed CEO in February as previous CEO Brendan White resigned due to increased family commitments
  • Since joining the company in 2016, Sam has held a number of roles which include Chief Operating Officer and Interim CEO
  • Prior to joining Cash Converters, Sam was Chief Operating Officer at stockbroking and wealth management firm, Patersons Securities
  • Cash Converters has ended the day 2.08 per cent in the green with shares trading at 24.5 cents

Cash Converters (CCV) has appointed Sam Budiselik as CEO and Managing Director, effective December 18.

Sam was initially appointed CEO in February as previous CEO Brendan White resigned due to increased family commitments.

Since joining the company in 2016, Sam has held a number of roles which include Chief Operating Officer and Interim CEO.

“Sam has demonstrated his ability to build a customer centric management team that reflects his own commitment to excellence and value generation for the company’s stakeholders,” Chairman Jason Kulas said.

“On behalf of the board, I welcome Sam as a Director and look forward to continuing to work closely with him as Cash Converters progresses delivery on its strategic objectives,” he added.

Prior to joining Cash Converters, Sam was Chief Operating Officer at stockbroking and wealth management firm, Patersons Securities.

He also spent 12 years abroad working for investment banks such as UBS and Barclays Capital in London, New York, and Singapore.

“It is a privilege to join the Board of Cash Converters at such a crucial point in the company’s history. We have solid foundations built on customer service and I look forward to playing my part in leading the company into its next phase of growth,” Sam said.

Cash Converters has ended the day 2.08 per cent in the green with shares trading at 24.5 cents in a $147.9 million market cap.

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