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Priority One names VP of finance

Priority One Financial Services named Dave Homan vice president of finance.

Priority One Financial Services named Dave Homan vice president of finance.

Homan will be responsible for all aspects of the company's finance function, including financial management, performance analysis and internal controls and compliance. He will work closely with the management team to formulate the strategic direction of the company.

“As we round out our 30th year in business, it is very exciting to have someone with Dave’s breadth of experience join our team,” Priority One president Heather Mariscal said in a statement. “He will undoubtedly play a pivotal role in helping us find new and better ways to serve dealers in the years ahead.”

Homan’s prior experience includes time as dealership controller at Mercedes-Benz of Tampa, assistant controller at Marine Max and internal audit at Asbury Automotive Group. Additionally, he has held finance and accounting positions in the telecommunications and manufacturing industries.

He received his MBA and accounting degrees from the University of Florida and is a Florida CPA.



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