CSG Systems International Appoints Finance Veteran to Board

CSG (NASDAQ: CSGS) has recently appointed finance veteran Samantha Greenberg to its board of directors. Greenberg brings with her a wealth of experience in financial markets and capital allocation, having played instrumental roles in driving financial excellence and value creation for technology companies across public and private markets. Her appointment is expected to strengthen the board's governance and decision-making processes.

Greenberg's current role as Chief Financial Officer at ID.me, a digital identity wallet and network, sees her leading all financial activities, including financial and strategic planning, capital markets, M&A, accounting and audit, investor relations, treasury, and tax. Prior to her position at ID.me, Greenberg served as the Chief Financial Officer of Mint House, a technology-led hospitality provider, where she implemented operational improvements, executed a cost reduction program, and led the largest capital raise in the company's history.

Before her current roles, Greenberg held leadership positions at financial institutions such as Citadel, Margate Capital Management, and Paulson & Co. Her extensive background includes experience as a mergers and acquisitions investment banker and investor at Goldman Sachs, as well as a private equity investor at Francisco Partners, a technology private equity firm.

Greenberg's impressive educational background includes an MBA from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and a B.S. in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude with dual concentrations in Finance and Strategic Management. She has been recognized for her achievements, being named to DCA Live’s “2023 Tech CFO Stars,” Stanford University Graduate School of Business's “Top 100 Alumni in Investing & Finance,” Ernst & Young’s “50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds,” and Institutional Investor’s “Hedge Fund Rising Stars.”

CSG's chair of the board of directors, Ron Cooper, expressed enthusiasm about Greenberg's appointment, emphasizing her proven track record of driving financial excellence and value creation for technology companies. Cooper highlighted that Greenberg's expertise will be invaluable as CSG strives to grow and diversify its revenue faster.

In her statement, Greenberg expressed excitement about joining the CSG board at a time when the company is setting new records for growth. She noted CSG's strong culture of innovation and collaboration, which fuels its performance in providing extraordinary customer experiences. She expressed eagerness to work with the board and management team to help CSG create even greater impact for its customers and communities while generating long-term value for stakeholders.

CSG empowers companies to build unforgettable experiences, making it easier for people and businesses to connect with, use, and pay for the services they value most. The company's customer experience, billing, and payments solutions help companies of any size make money and make a difference. With its SaaS solutions, company leaders can take control of their future and tap into guidance from CSG's committed and forward-thinking global team.

For more information about CSG, visit their website at csgi.com. The market has reacted to these announcements by moving the company's shares -2.1% to a price of $42.65. Check out the company's full 8-K submission here.

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