EMC names Denis Cashman CFO

EMCEMC Corporation of Hopkinton, MA announced January 26 that 28-year EMC financial executive Denis Cashman has been named EMC Chief Financial Officer, effective March 1.  Cashman will be responsible for all internal and external financial responsibilities for EMC’s consolidated business. Mr. Cashman will succeed Zane Rowe, who will become Chief Financial Officer of VMware, also effective March 1.

Joe Tucci, EMC Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Denis stands among EMC’s most accomplished and highly respected leaders, and it’s my great pleasure to welcome him to his new role as EMC’s CFO. I look forward to Denis’ continued contributions as we embark on an exciting year ahead, including some of the most significant portfolio enhancements in our company’s history.”

Denis Cashman added, “I’m incredibly proud to be part of an exceptional team of people who, together, have accomplished a great deal over my past twenty-eight years at EMC. It’s a privilege now to take on the CFO role. I’m honored to continue to lead this world-class global finance team and to partner with the EMC executive management team as we advance our business and work toward combining forces with Dell.”

Mr. Cashman began his professional career with EMC in Ireland in 1988 as the Finance Controller for EMC’s Cork manufacturing facility. Since then, he has held numerous financial positions including European Financial Controller, International Financial Controller, Vice President of International Finance, Corporate Controller , Chief Accounting Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Finance, and most recently Chief Financial Officer for EMC Information Infrastructure and EMC’s Chief Accounting Officer, where he was responsible for worldwide financial operations, including planning and analysis, SEC reporting, tax, treasury, governance and compliance.

Source: EMC