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Synnex Names Marshall Witt CFO

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Synnex Corp. (SNX: Quote) said Monday that it has appointed Marshall Witt as Chief Financial Officer, effective April 8.

Witt will be assuming the role from Thomas Alsborg who announced his retirement last year.

Witt brings to Synnex over 25 years of financial experience with publicly traded companies. His experience includes 15 years with FedEx Corp. in progressive financial and operational roles and five years with KPMG LLP as an audit manager for banking and transportation clients. Most recently, Witt was Senior Vice President of Finance and Controller with FedEx Freight, a $5.3 billion subsidiary of FedEx serving the US, Canada and Mexico.

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