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McGladrey Hires Troy Cardinal as CTO

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McGladrey announced that Troy Cardinal has come on board as the assurance, tax and consulting services firm’s chief technology officer.

Troy Cardinal

Cardinal will oversee McGladrey’s technology strategy, solutions and operations and be based in the firm’s Minneapolis office.

"Troy brings a depth of experience in professional services IT and operations, which will ultimately enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of our service to clients," stated Doug Opheim, chief financial officer at McGladrey. "We are confident that Troy's leadership will align IT objectives and programs to our enterprise objectives of providing the best possible service to our clients."

With more than 15 years of leadership experience in the professional services, financial services, manufacturing and retail industries, Cardinal has helped guide companies in technology strategy and governance, IT mergers and acquisitions, IT innovation and social media, business relationship management, IT risk management and offshore operations. He holds a bachelor of science in finance from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

"It's a privilege to be joining such a committed and experienced team of professionals," said Troy Cardinal. "I look forward to working with the McGladrey team to provide innovative solutions and strategies as our clients' and our own technology needs continue to evolve and expand. I am excited to be a part of McGladrey and its unique approach of truly understanding our clients' needs."

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Congrats Troy!

Posted by: CFarrell | August 22, 2014 1:48 PM

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