Wenger Group promotes Dave Riley to senior vice president, CFO

In this role, Riley will lead the finance team and is responsible for overseeing all financial activities for the parent company and subsidiaries.

The Wenger Group Inc. has promoted Dave Riley to senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO).

In this role, Riley will lead the finance team and is responsible for overseeing all financial activities for the parent company and subsidiaries. Additionally, he will continue his responsibilities around commodity risk management. Riley will report to CEO Phil Rohrbaugh. This appointment was precipitated by the vacancy of the CFO position by Tim Appleby, who accepted a promotional opportunity with another prominent local organization.

Riley joined the company in July 2015 and has assumed increasing levels of responsibility including corporate controller. He most recently held the position of vice president of finance for the global procurement business unit and director of risk management.

“Dave has earned the confidence and trust of our board of directors and executive team through his leadership and performance relating to many different acquisitions, addressing complex operational and transactional issues, managing the risk around our commodity hedging activities, and in developing solutions to issues in many other areas of the company,” Rohrbaugh said. “He is a strategic thinker and has demonstrated resolve in driving results and accountability in the areas he has managed and led. We are excited about his new role and the prospects of his future growth potential in the company.”

Riley earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Messiah University and has been a certified public accountant since 2009. He resides in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, with his wife and three children.

The Wenger Group is a Northeast family-owned food, agricultural products and agricultural services organization headquartered in Pennsylvania. The company offers animal nutrition and feeds; specialty protein production, processing, and marketing; on-farm protein production services; and grain, fertilizer and ingredient procurement.

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