CE On-Demand Supervisory Board elects Botond Mihályi as new Chief Financial Officer.
CE On-Demand’s Supervisory Board has elected Botond Mihályi as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer. Mr Mihályi has over 15 years’ of experience in finance and private equity, with an exceptional track-record in finance governance and management, M&A transactions and fund-raising. He will join CE On-Demand’s management team from 1st November, replacing Brent Muckridge.
“I am delighted to join the experienced, dynamic and talented team at CE On-Demand and to contribute to the company’s success as the leading cloud enabler for Telco’s and Systems Integrators in Europe and beyond. I’m looking forward to playing my part in delivering the company’s objective of becoming a global cloud player. As the CFO of CE On-Demand I will do my utmost to continue the dedication to transparency, visibility, and growth which makes this company unique.” – said Botond Mihályi, Chief Financial Officer, CE On-Demand.
Botond Mihályi (38) has previously fulfilled CFO positions at Netrisk.hu, Hungary’s leading online insurance broker and Volvo Hungary. Before that he was an Investment Officer of Mid Europa Partners, the largest private equity fund manager focusing on the CEE region. He holds an MA in Business Administration from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences; he is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), and has a postgraduate BA degree in Law for Specialised Economists from ELTE, Hungary. He lives in Budapest with his wife and three children.
Tamás Soós, Chief Executive Officer of CE On-Demand said: “CE On-Demand is now at the stage of focusing on global expansion with the acquisition of new partners, whilst also driving operational excellence to enhance the company’s existing partner channel management. Our growing investor portfolio must also see that their money is well-positioned in one of the leading companies in the cloud services industry. We are happy to welcome Botond on board and are looking forward to our continuing collaboration with Brent, who will remain on as a shareholder and member of our Supervisory Board.”