Cervus Equipment Corporation has announced the appointment of Catie Busch as Chief Financial Officer effective April 1, 2021, having previously served as the Company’s Senior Director of Finance and Public Markets. The appointment of Busch is part of a comprehensive executive succession plan. The Company’s outgoing CFO, Adam Lowther, will continue to support Ms. Busch over the next 2 months as part of a structured transition.
“I am delighted to welcome Ms. Busch to the executive ranks of Cervus Equipment. I have the utmost confidence in her capabilities and leadership skills. Ms. Busch and Mr. Lowther have collaborated closely over the past seven years, and Cervus is in a strong position to smoothly transition leadership for this key role,” said Angela Lekatsas, Cervus’ president and CEO. “On behalf of the entire Cervus organization and Board of Directors, I want to thank Mr. Lowther for his significant contributions over the last 8 years. Cervus has become a better organization under his financial leadership, and I have valued his commitment to our growth and success.”
Busch joined Cervus in June 2014 and has held increasing roles of financial responsibility and leadership including Senior Financial Analyst, Finance & Reporting Manager, and Director of Finance. Busch holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honors) from Wilfrid Laurier University and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA, CA) and Chartered Business Valuator (CBV).
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