About Me

  Having proven himself to be an effective Chief Financial Officer, Todd Katz has demonstrated a strong passion for excellence in his career. He has nine years of experience in mergers and acquisitions at leading investment banks. Moreover, he has gained eight years of professional experience as the Chief Financial Officer of a progressive, technology- and software-enabled multinational energy services firm. Thanks to his leadership and creativity, Todd Katz was able to lead Quest Integrity Group in Seattle, Washington through challenging economic times and drive strong revenue growth while simultaneously restoring its profitability. He later helped negotiate the sale of Quest Integrity Group to a publicly-traded company. Quest Integrity Group is a Seattle-based company that provides pipeline inspection and consulting services for oil and gas companies including BP, Chevron, Shell, ExxonMobil, Valero, Marathon, and Tesoro. Prior to serving as a global CFO, Todd Katz served for nine years as an advisor to companies involved in mergers and acquisitions. Most recently, Todd Katz was a Director in the Mergers and Acquisitions group at Merrill Lynch, where he focused on companies in the healthcare space. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Todd Katz served as a Vice President at Conway, Del Genio, Gries & Co., where he focused on mergers and acquisitions for companies in the industrial test and measurement space. Before that, Todd Katz was an Associate in the Mergers and Acquisitions group at Morgan Stanley in Los Angeles. His accumulated transaction experience spans across a range of industries including technology, healthcare, energy, telecommunications, software, general industrial and food. Todd Katz started his career as a financial analyst at The MacNeal-Schwendler Corporation (now MSC Software). His role in the firm was critical as Todd was heavily involved in the SEC reporting and global accounting functions. Todd Katz completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). He later attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania where he completed his Master in Business Administration (MBA) in Finance.     "version":"14>��F��