Vexos Appoints Roger Dunfield as CFO


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EMS firm VEXOS Corp. has appointed Roger Dunfield as the new chief financial officer (CFO). Dunfield has more than 15 years of executive experience in corporate finance within the manufacturing industry.

Prior to joining Vexos, Dunfield held the position of CFO at SMTC Corp. since 2016. During his professional career, Dunfield held a number of senior financial positions for companies such as Sanmina and Merix Corp.

Dunfield is an alumnus of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario and an MBA from the University of Oregon.

Paul Jona, president and CEO of Vexos, said, “We are thrilled to have Roger onboard as part of the Vexos Corporation and are confident that his extensive financial expertise in the manufacturing industry will be a great asset to the company.”

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