Armed with eight years of experience as a hands-on Chief Financial Officer of a progressive, technology- and software-driven multinational oil services consulting firm, Todd Katz possesses a solid background leading a team. He was able to drive his team towards achieving goals at a consistent pace in the midst of economic headwinds. Todd was able to drive exponential revenue growth, a restoration of profitability and the attainment of corporate objectives. He was able to do this as CFO of a firm that was subsequently put up for sale and bought by a publicly-traded company. Todd Katz has had nine years of advisory experience in mergers and acquisitions at leading investment banks. He is comfortable advising principals of private and public companies on a wide variety of mergers, acquisitions, corporate sales, divestitures, spin-offs, fairness options and leveraged buyouts. Moreover, he has had extensive experience presenting to other executives, investors and boards of directors. As the Chief Financial Officer of Quest Integrity Group in Seattle, Washington, Todd Katz led Quest Integrity Group to become the premier pipeline inspection company with $75 million in worldwide revenue. He led all aspects of the financial strategy of Quest Integrity Group, along with budgeting, reporting, forecasting, analysis, compliance, internal controls, tax, accounting policies and cash management. Todd Katz also led Quest Integrity Group from its infancy in 2008, a critical time during which Quest Integrity Group only had 50 employees and $14 million in global revenue. Currently, the company has about 280 employees working in eleven subsidiaries all over the world. Todd Katz led Quest Integrity Group through eight years of growth, successfully expanding its business capabilities and global reach. He also led the firm through its 2009 transition to profitability, culminating in the eventual sale of the company for $45 million in November 2010. Todd Katz also led Quest Integrity Group Integrity through the worldwide rollout of its enterprise resource planning, general ledger and project accounting systems, across eleven international subsidiaries that operated in nine unique currencies.