Eco Wave Power appoints Yehuda new CFO

Eco Wave Power has appointed Aharon Yehuda chief financial officer, based in the global headquarters in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Yehuda has broad experience in corporate and operational finance, most recently as CFO of Turbochrome, a subsidiary of the TAT-Technologies Group, adding jet engine component MRO capabilities to TAT’s suite of services for commercial and military aviation. Prior to that, Yehuda had a decade of experience providing advisory, IPO and audit services to public and private companies.

“Aharon brings Eco Wave Power more than 20 years of leadership roles with a proven track record in complex financial organizations, where he was responsible for leading teams and supporting global operations within a dynamic market environment,” said Inna Braverman , Eco Wave Power’s Founder and chief executive officer. “He possesses a profound understanding of global production structures and has experience in leading organizational transformation, as well as building world class financial organizations. I believe Aharon has the required leadership capabilities to strategically manage the company’s growth strategy, enabling the company to move forward towards success and future sustainable growth.”

Yehuda is a Certified Public Accountant with a BA degree in accounting and economics and a Master in Business Administration (MBA).

“I look forward to joining Eco Wave Power’s leadership team and leading its finance organization to contribute to Eco Wave Power’s future success as the company progresses to the next phase of its strategy,” Yehuda said.

Andreas Kihlblom, Eco Wave Power’s current CFO, will continue his work with the company during the next four months, after which he will be taking a new position in a new venture. “We wish Andreas best of luck with his new engagement and thank him for the passionate and valuable work that he had performed for Eco Wave Power,” Braverman said.

Eco Wave Power is an onshore wave energy technology company that developed a technology for turning ocean and sea waves into green electricity. Eco Wave Power’s mission is to assist in the fight against climate change by enabling commercial power production from sea and ocean waves.


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