Graebel Appoints New CFO to Guide Continued Growth, Financial Strength

October 1, 2019

Graebel has named Clint Rivet as its new Chief Financial Officer, effective Sept. 30. Rivet joins Graebel with more than 20 years of financial leadership and accounting experience, most recently with a global design and construction services firm.

In his new role with Graebel, Rivet joins the executive leadership team and is responsible for finance, accounting, tax, audits and financial reporting to support the company’s global talent and workplace mobility solutions for Fortune 500 and Global 1000 firms. “I’m pleased to join a strong global company that’s focused on growing its services and footprint, while remaining committed to the duty of care for its team, clients, supplier partners and communities,” Rivet said.
 


Previously, Rivet served as CFO for MWH Constructors, where he delivered the financial foundation to support the firm’s growth both domestically and internationally. During his eight years at MWH Constructors, he also held the roles of Vice President – Director of Finance and Global Financial Controller. Prior to these positions, Rivet worked in public accounting for 14 years, including co-leading the Ernst & Young’s Denver-based real estate, hospitality and construction practice; and serving Fortune 500 firms with international operations. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Louisiana State University and is a CPA.

Rivet comes to Graebel in a year when the company experienced its strongest first-half start in more than 30 years. “We look forward to welcoming Clint and continuing Graebel’s solid financial performance, which allows us to provide exceptional experiences for our clients and their transferees as well as also being a partner of choice for our suppliers,” said Bill Graebel, CEO and Chairman. “Clint brings global business and financial perspectives from various industries, and this will help us further evolve.”

Graebel’s former CFO Brad Siler will serve as a financial consultant to ensure a smooth transition for Rivet into his new role. “We appreciate Brad’s financial expertise and service to Graebel over the past 25 years, which helped us succeed in our journey from a being a nationwide household goods carrier to a dynamic, global relocation management company,” Bill Graebel said.

As the trusted brand in global Mobility, Graebel serves companies and their employees in 165 countries. Its experts develop and implement Mobility strategies that help companies attract and retain talent; respond faster to global market trends; and maximize return on Mobility programs.

 

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