Brian Wint Moves Up the Ladder at Divisions

The former vice president was named the company’s new CFO.
Brian Wint, Divisions' new CFO

Brian Wint, Divisions’ new CFO

Newport, Ky.Divisions Maintenance Group, a provider of facility management services, recently announced the appointment of Brian Wint as CFO. Wint previously served as vice president of finance within the company, and will continue to oversee all aspects of finance, accounting and pricing methodology.

Wint joined Divisions in 2014, and his recent appointment as CFO follows two consecutive years of 20 percent growth for the firm. Prior to his role as Divisions’ vice president of finance, Wint served as a restructuring and accounting forecast manager for Procter & Gamble. The new CFO brought over 15 years of financial experience to the company, including his extensive know-how from numerous roles within Procter & Gamble. As CFO, Wint will ensure the integrity of all financial data to include the development of forecasts, overseeing the budgeting and re-forecasting processes. He will also conduct analysis of areas to improve profitability while guaranteeing the execution of daily activities within billing operations, accounting and the RFP team.

“I am honored and grateful to be counted among such a high performing Leadership Team. Divisions’ growth has been fueled by a laser focus on the customer experience and I’m passionate about helping to drive the continued growth and financial performance of a company that puts its customers first,” said Wint in prepared remarks.

Additionally, Wint and his team will actively develop value-add analytics for strategic management decision making.

“Brian is a huge key to our success. We thank him for his significant contributions toward making Divisions a stronger company. We’re extremely grateful to have him on our team,” said Gary Mitchell, CEO of Divisions Maintenance Group.

Wint holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Ohio University and is a certified public accountant. He began his career in finance and accounting directly out of college, working for PriceWaterhouseCoopers.

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