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Hollywood, CA, April 9, 2018 – FlemingMartin is pleased to announce that Technicolor, the worldwide technology leader in the media and entertainment sector, has hired Lynn Chen to be the new VP Finance/Controller for their Post Production Division.

Ms. Chen previously led financial systems as Senior Director of Finance at Yardi Systems, a leading developer of investment and property management software. Prior to Yardi, Ms. Chen was the CFO for Channel Technologies Group, a leading manufacturer for the commercial, medical, and defense markets. Before Channel Technologies, Ms. Chen was promoted multiple times over ten years at Custom Sensors & Technologies. Throughout her tenure as CFO, Vice President of Finance, Corporate Controller, and Business Controller/IT Director, she built a world-class global finance team, significantly improved operational strategy, and partnered with the CEO and executive team to sell the company to private equity and then to a strategic buyer.

Ms. Chen is a CPA and an alumnus of Ernst & Young. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Technicolor, the worldwide technology leader in the media and entertainment sector, is at the forefront of digital innovation. Headquartered in Paris and traded on NYSE Euronext (NYX), Technicolor has over $5B in annual revenue and a market cap of $13B. Technicolor’s Post Production business is headquartered in Hollywood, CA and generates over $150M in annual revenue through their worldwide operations.

 

FlemingMartin is a leading retained executive search firm with offices in Northern and Southern California. FlemingMartin partners with Boards, Private Equity Firms and CEOs of companies to build successful execution-focused management teams. FlemingMartin focuses in the Technology, Manufacturing, and Consumer Products & Services industries. The Firm’s principals are trusted advisors and business partners who enable companies to gain powerful, far-reaching, and lasting contributions from their executive-level human capital.

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