PLANO, TX — Atlantic Aviation, one of the leading networks of fixed-based operators in North America, today announced the appointment of Bill White as Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer. In this position on the executive team of Atlantic Aviation, White reports directly to CEO Louis Pepper and is responsible for leading all financial, accounting, information technology, and procurement functions.
White has nearly 20 years of experience as CFO for major companies across a variety of industries and is well versed in financial management for fast-growing businesses that have grown in part via mergers and acquisitions. He most recently served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of PrimeSource Brands, one of the largest distributors of building materials in North America, where he helped lead initiatives to improve pricing, margins, and operating results which led to the successful scale of the company.
“Bill’s valuable insights and perspectives will greatly enhance our ability to continue elevating Atlantic to new heights by building on a solid foundation of financial strength,” said Pepper. “As we continue to grow, expanding our resources and continuing to attract top talent in all our top management positions is critically important.”
“I am excited to join the Atlantic Aviation family during this time of significant growth in the Company and in the private aviation industry,” said White. “I look forward to applying my experience as we continue to expand and serve our customers — now at over 100 locations across North America.”
White holds an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin and a BS from Louisiana State University.
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