Thierry Kartochian, Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Porsche Cars North America, Inc.

Thierry Kartochian is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Porsche Cars North America, Inc. (PCNA) headquartered in Atlanta. PCNA is the exclusive U.S. importer of the Porsche 911,718 Boxster and 718 Cayman; Panamera; and Cayenne and Macan.

Kartochian entered the role of Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in July 2010. He is responsible for Finance, IT services, Procurement, Facilities Management and Human Resources. He further serves as President of Porsche Enterprises, Inc., the holding company for Porsche in North America.

Before assuming his current position at PCNA, Kartochian served concurrently as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for both Porsche Business Services (PBS) and Porsche Financial Services (PFS) in Chicago. His responsibilities included executive management of PBS, which provides shared services for PCNA and other Porsche entities in North America. As CFO of PFS, he was responsible for various financial services for Porsche’s North American operations, including both the U.S. and Canadian markets.

Prior to joining PBS and PFS, Kartochian built 19 years of industry experience within the Porsche Group, including a nine-year stint as CFO and HR Director of Porsche France Group where he was responsible for all Finance, IT, legal and HR activities. He began his career at Porsche AG in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1991 as a controlling analyst.

Kartochian holds an M.B.A. from E.S.S.E.C. Business School in Paris.

EACT Joins Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime

The EACT has become a member of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime (GCFFC).

Corporate treasurers are high risk individuals for becoming victims of financial crime due to their level of access and control over company finances and operations. Raising awareness and encouraging a public-private partnership in the development of effective practices will enhance the ability of companies to shore up their defenses against financial crime – in all of its facets.

We are proud to be a member of such a broad coalition to advance dialogue, develop best practices, and shape the evolution of the regulatory landscape to limit the ability of actors to undermine the security and integrity of our financial system and the wider economy.