July 6, 2015 Last Updated 12:31 pm

Denielle deWynter named vice president of Finance, Hearst Business Media

deWynter most recently served as senior director of Global Finance Operations at McGraw-Hill Financial

NEW YORK, NY – July 6, 2015 — Hearst Corporation today announced the appointment of Denielle deWynter, CPA, CA, as vice president of Finance, Hearst Business Media. The announcement was made by Steven R. Swartz, president and CEO of Hearst Corporation, Hearst Business Media President Richard P. Malloch and Robert D. Wilbanks, vice president and chief financial officer of the group. The appointment is effective immediately.

In this newly-created role, deWynter will be responsible for financial planning and reporting for the organization, whose holdings in finance, healthcare and transportation include Fitch Group, the Hearst Health network of market-leading healthcare companies, MOTOR Information Systems, Black Book and more. deWynter will report to Wilbanks.

“Hearst Business Media is growing at a tremendous pace and Denielle’s international experience and outstanding track record of financial transformation in rapidly expanding businesses will be great assets to us,” Malloch said. “Denielle will play an instrumental role in enhancing our financial systems as our group continues to expand.”

“Denielle is a proven leader who will be a great addition to our organization,” Wilbanks said. “I’m delighted to welcome her to my management team.”

deWynter most recently served as senior director of Global Finance Operations at McGraw-Hill Financial and held several positions there over the past decade, including director of Global Risk Assessment and International Reporting and manager of Financial Operations and Internal Controls at Standard & Poor’s. Previously, she held positions at HSBC and Deloitte in Europe and Canada. deWynter was inducted as a member to the Canadian and British Columbia Institute of Chartered Accountants and received a bachelor’s of Business Administration in accounting from Simon Fraser University in Canada.

Source: Hearst

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