MyNetFone appoints new CFO

MyNetFone appoints new CFO

Company growth sees Catherine Ly hand over CFO position to focus on company secretary role

Australian telecommunications provider, MyNetFone (MNF), has appointed Matthew Gepp to the position of chief financial officer (CFO).

He replaces Catherine Ly who has worked as both company secretary and CFO since 2006, and will now focus on the former, with the company’s growth resulting in an increased workload.

According to MNF, Gepp has been with the company for four months assisting the finance team and has “proven invaluable” throughout that time.

With more than 15 years’ experience in corporate sector finance and strategy roles, Gepp is a chartered accountant having previously held CFO positions for Australian and UK listed companies. He was most recently the CFO of Engin, a Seven Group Holdings subsidiary.

“Mr Gepp is extremely knowledgeable and passionate about the communications industry and brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise which I believe will be a huge asset to the company as we continue to grow our business well into the future,” MNF CEO, Rene Sugo, said.

MNF recently posted a record result of $6.1 million in earnings before tax and $4.1 million net profit after tax, with an increase of 38 per cent and 35 per cent respectively on the previous year, with strong performance due to combinations from organic growth and acquisition.

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