Project Description

Recall Holdings Limited (ASX: REC) has announced that Robert “Rob” Glazier has joined the company as VP & Global Financial Controller.  Rob will report to SVP & CFO Mark Wratten, and will be responsible for leading the global finance team.  His responsibilities include overseeing Recall’s compliance and financial governance systems; development and management of Recall accounting policies; group budgeting and forecasting; the capital expenditure process, operational analysis and decision support, as well as external financial and statutory reporting as required by the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), management and Board level reporting, and support for Remuneration and Benefits, Treasury, Tax and other global functions.

Rob is a versatile financial executive with 20+ years of experience in business planning, technical accounting, international business and financial leadership.  In addition to having broad experience across all aspects of a global finance function and detailed SEC level external reporting, his background includes strategic planning, M&A, Lean Six Sigma and P&L management.

Rob was most recently with Henry Schein Inc., a Fortune 500 distributor of healthcare products and services, where he held roles as Corporate Controller and International Controller and CFO, Far East, Middle East and Ventures.  Prior to working with Henry Schein, Rob held a variety of leadership roles, both Financial and Operational, with Nortel, a Fortune 500 telecommunications company.

Rob holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Cornell University and a Master of Industrial Administration (MBA) from Carnegie Mellon University.

About Recall:  Recall is a global leader in information management solutions, offering customers complete management of its physical and digital information.  Recall’s innovative solutions empower organizations to make better business decisions throughout the information lifecycle, while assuring regulatory compliance and eliminating unnecessary resources, time and costs.  Recall services more than 80,000 customer accounts in over 300 dedicated operation centers, spanning five continents in 24 countries.