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Computer Services Inc names Brian K. Brown as interim CFO

Computer Services Inc (CSI)

Brian K Brown, SVP Finance and Interim CFO, CSI

US-based FinTech firm Computer Services Inc (CSI) has appointed Brian K. Brown as the company’s interim chief financial officer. Brown who’s replacing Andras Q. Bende, has previously served as senior vice president (SVP) of finance at CSI.

Brian joined CSI in 2012 as the director of financial planning and analysis. Later, he advanced to vice president of finance and, most recently, to SVP of finance. He has significant experience working with CSI’s accounting and finance teams and has been actively involved with investor relations program. Brian also oversees compliance with CSI’s financial reporting requirements.

Before joining CSI, Brown served as vice president, finance & accounting manager for FCB Services Inc, a subsidiary of Farmers Capital Bank Corp. He previously served as an internal auditor for Farmers Capital Bank and a financial institutions examiner for the Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions.

Computer Services Inc

Computer Services Inc (CSI) is Kentucky, US-based financial technology (FinTech) services provider. The company delivers an array of FinTech services including core processing, managed services, digital banking, payments processing, print and electronic distribution, and regulatory compliance solutions to financial institutions and corporate customers across the nation. Exceptional service, dynamic solutions, and superior results are said to be the foundation of CSI’s reputation.

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