AEG Facilities and SMG have completed their business combination to create a new, standalone global facility management and venue services company, ASM Global.Read more
ASM Global puts leadership team in place
After the merger of AEG Facilities and SMG, president and CEO of ASM Global, Bob Newman, has announced the executive leadership team of the newly created company. Mark Rozells will join ASM and lead the company's global finance organisation as CFO, including its financial planning and analysis, accounting and reporting, tax and internal audit, as well as its legal and IT departments. In addition, he will lead ASM's corporate development and strategy, including M&A activities and new revenue generation. Gregg Caren has been named executive vice president sales and business development, convention centers. The industry veteran and former EVP convention centers for SMG will be responsible for leading the company's strategic efforts around acquiring new convention and exhibition centre accounts, as well as developing global sales initiatives that drive events to the company's existing portfolio. Richard Krezwick, former senior vice president of AEG Facilities, will oversee the company's commercialisation strategy and the cross-functional adoption of new services, products and technologies as chief commercial officer. Shauna Elvin, previously senior vice president of human resources for SMG, has been promoted to executive vice president of global talent, leading ASM's talent services to consistently produce results that positively impact the company and its employees. Bob McClintock, former senior vice president, convention centers for SMG, has been promoted to executive vice president, convention centers for ASM. John Sharkey will continue in the same role as executive vice president European operations. Harvey Lister, former chairman and CEO of AEG Ogden, will continue to oversee ASM's growing portfolio of business activities in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific and the Middle East regions.
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