Signature Flight Support appointed Sami Teittinen as CFO today. In his new role he will be responsible for strategic planning and management of all financially related activities of the company, including business development. Teittinen comes from Signature sister company Aircraft Service International (ASIG), where he was CFO and led the company through several acquisitions, finance department restructuring and infrastructure reinvestments. He is based at Signature’s headquarters in Orlando, Fla., and will report to company president Michael Scheeringa.
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