New CFO Amy Campbell Brings Strong Financial Background to REV Group

REV Group, Inc. has appointed Amy Campbell as its new Chief Financial Officer. Campbell, who has a strong financial background, comes to REV Group after serving as CFO of ASC Engineered Solutions and BrandSafway’s Commercial and Industrial Division. She also brings 23 years of experience from Caterpillar, Inc., where she held various segment CFO roles, Vice President of Investor Relations, and Chief Audit Officer.

Campbell’s impressive academic background includes graduating summa cum laude from Illinois Wesleyan University with a major in accounting and a minor in economics. She holds certifications as a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Internal Auditor, and Certified 6 Sigma Blackbelt. Additionally, Campbell has completed leadership programs at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and Duke University.

REV Group, Inc. operates through two segments: Specialty Vehicles and Recreational Vehicles. In the Specialty Vehicles Segment, the company provides customized vehicle solutions for public services and commercial infrastructure, while its Recreational Vehicles Segment manufactures a variety of RVs. The company's portfolio includes well-established principal vehicle brands, with some dating back more than 50 years.

Investors and industry watchers will undoubtedly be keen to see how Campbell's appointment will impact REV Group's financial performance in the coming quarters. The market has reacted to these announcements by moving the company's shares 0.2% to a price of $22.5. For the full picture, make sure to review REV's 8-K report.

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