YTB Names New CFO

 

Jeremy Hemann has been named YTB International’s new CFO, effective October 1. Robert Van Patten, YTB’s CEO and former interim CFO, praised Hemann’s performance as corporate controller and said YTB remains dedicated to “continue our commitment towards increasing capital reserves, reducing corporate overhead and improving our overall financial condition."

Hemann joined YTB in August 2005 and has served as corporate controller of YTB International, Inc., overseeing the company's finance and accounting operations, including financial strategy, management and reporting. His experience includes financial auditing, compliance matters, and overall process improvement. He holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Illinois.

J. Scott Tomer, Chairman of YTB said he was confident that Hemann “will continue to strive to bring value for our shareholders."

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