Hydrogenics Corporation, developer and manufacturer of hydrogen (H2) generation and H2-based power modules, says goodbye to Bob Motz, the company’s corporate secretary and Chief Financial Officer.
Motz has decided to retire from Hydrogenics effective 11th May, 2018 and will be succeeded by Marc Beisheim who brings over 30 years’ experience to Hydrogenics, within both the industrial and energy fields.
Beisheim is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) who started his career with KPMG and was most recently Chief Financial Officer at The Canadian Press.
“We wish Motz all the success that retirement will bring him and thank him for his many years of service to Hydrogenics,” said Daryl Wilson, Hydrogenics President and CEO. “We are also delighted to welcome Beisheim to the Hydrogenics family. Beisheim’s professional acumen, industry expertise, and leadership skills will complement our management team and help position us for our expected future growth trajectory and improving financial performance.”
Beisheim will join the company effective Monday 9th April and assume the role of Corporate Secretary and Chief Financial Officer effective Friday 11th May.
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