Eskenazy named new CFO of Aegis Living

  • Thursday, October 8, 2009 12:10pm
  • Business

Chairman and CEO of Áegis Living, Dwayne Clark, recently announced that Bellevue resident David Eskenazy has accepted the position of Chief Financial Officer. He will take on all financial management and planning responsibilities for Áegis Living and will serve on the company’s Steering Committee.

Eskenazy replaces former Chief Financial Officer John Spaid.

“David’s significant real estate knowledge and experience in the Seattle market is a good fit with Aegis’s aggressive growth objectives in this

market as well as others,” said Clark.

David’s business and financial experience spans over 25 years. Most recently, he was with Investco Financial Corporation as the Chief Investment Officer and Chief Operating Officer.

“I am thrilled to be joining the team of one of our regions more dynamic organizations,” said Eskenazy. “I’m excited about the strategic direction

and the tremendous potential for the Company.”

He is an active member of several organizations: the Washington Society of CPA’s, the Washington State Board of Accountancy, the Bellevue Chamber of

Commerce, the National Association of Corporate Directors and Financial Executives International.

Eskenazy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Reno and is a C.P.A. (inactive).


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