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CTG announces changes to the board of directors

Staff writer | Buffalo, N.Y., USA | November 16, 2015
CTGNovember 16, 2015, Buffalo, N.Y., USA - CTG, an IT solutions and services company, announced the appointment of James Helvey and Val Rahmani to its board as independent directors, effective November 10, 2015.
Mr. Helvey is a partner at Cassia Capital Partners, a firm he founded in 2011. His previous work experience includes 15 years at J.P. Morgan, where he was a managing director with significant derivative and risk management responsibility.

Mr. Helvey also worked at CMT Asset Management, an international asset management firm where he was a principal partner responsible for risk management and portfolio construction.

He currently serves on the board for Piedmont Federal Savings Bank as a member of their audit committee and also serves as a member of the investment policy committee of the Wake Forest University Board of Trustees.

He is also a director of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and chairs the audit committee.

Mr Helvey has a master's degree in International Affairs, Banking, and Finance from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts from Wake Forest University where he earned a double major in Political Science and German. He also attended the University of Cologne in West Germany as a Fulbright Scholar.

Dr. Rahmani has more than 30 years of experience in the technology industry, including more than 25 years at IBM serving in numerous roles across multiple global business segments. Subsequent to her tenure at IBM, Dr. Rahmani was chief executive officer of Damballa, an Internet security software company.

She currently serves on the board of Aberdeen Asset Management where she is a member of the risk and innovation committees. Dr. Rahmani earned a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry from Oxford University.

Concurrently, the Board announced that independent directors Randall Clark and Thomas Baker will retire from the Board in February 2016.