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Waterton Adds SVP to Oversee Finances

Chicago-based Waterton hired Pamela Hennessy as SVP, corporate accounting and reporting. She will be responsible for overseeing corporate finance as well as property and capital accounting, reporting to CFO Tara Marszewski.
 
“Pam will make an immediate, positive impact on the complex processes needed to manage the accounting process for Waterton’s property holdings,” said Marszewski. “She will be an excellent addition to the Waterton team.”
 
Prior to joining Waterton, Hennessy was SVP, controller at Brookfield Properties’ retail group, where she led a team responsible for property accounting, development accounting, lease accounting, accounts receivable, cash receipts and credit functions. While there, she was also instrumental in designing new controls as new processes were implemented while partnering with internal and external auditors to ensure compliance with defined controls.


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