New CFO for Edmund

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Edmund Optics (EO), the provider of optical components, has promoted Jason Mulliner to chief financial officer (CFO). Mulliner, who has a strong engineering background combined with financial and business knowledge, has held several previous positions at EO.

'We are truly fortunate to have a person of Jason's caliber join our executive team. His character, enthusiasm, knowledge, and engineering experience will be a great asset to the vital operations of our company,' said CEO Robert Edmund.

Mulliner will be advancing from his current position as executive vice president of finance to take on the new responsibilities of the CFO. He has been preparing for this position for several years, serving as director of product development, which strengthened his expertise in developing products from concept to distribution.

Helping to forge a cohesive synergy among EO's major operations, Mulliner worked closely with engineering, purchasing, and inventory control – all critical functions in any company's success. His work experience and understanding of global markets will prove beneficial in his new position.

'It is an exciting opportunity for me and I look forward to my new challenges and role in developing and directing a global financial strategy that will steer the growth of Edmund Optics now and into future,' said Mulliner.

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