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William Noon Appointed Interim CFO at Vectrus

William Noon

William Noon, a corporate vice president and chief accounting officer at Vectrus (NYSE: VEC), has been selected by the board to serve as acting chief financial officer of the company starting April 15.

Noon will assume the responsibilities of the departing Matthew Klein, a senior VP and CFO at Vectrus, and continue to serve as head of accounting as the government services contractor works to find a permanent CFO, the company said Wednesday in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

Klein will step down from his roles in April to “pursue other career interests,” according to the SEC filing.

Noon is a 25-year financial and accounting professional and a certified public accountant.

Prior to joining Vectrus in 2016, he held senior leadership roles at enterprise analytics firm Mattersight and TATUM, a Randstad company.

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