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Special Finance® Appoints New Chief Financial Officer

February 01, 2010

BURLINGTON, Vt. —, a provider of online marketing solutions, today announced it has named David Stetson as its new chief financial officer (CFO). He will be responsible for the company’s financial operations.

Stetson brings more than 20 years of senior management experience in finance and investment banking, with a focus on growth companies in the technology sector, to’s leadership team.

“David has a solid understanding of our business and goals, along with the necessary financial expertise to manage the rapid growth that has experienced,” said Mark Bonfigli, president and CEO. “In addition, his reputation for integrity, energy and creativity indicate an ideal cultural fit with our company.”

“I’m honored to take on the role of CFO and I’m excited about the opportunities ahead for,” said Stetson. “We have an incredible pipeline of products, strong financial and operational accountability, and we are well-positioned for continued growth.”

Most recently, Stetson served as senior managing director and head of the investment banking department for Caris & Company, a San Diego-based investment bank focused on fast-growing public companies in the technology, healthcare, consumer and energy segments of the economy. 

Stetson’s other professional experience include being CFO and senior strategic executive at Xpoint Technologies; co-head of technology investment banking for Gerard Klauer Mattison; head of equity capital markets for Lehman Brothers' Global Technology Group; and working at Dillon Read where he delivered a full range of services to clients throughout North America and Europe.

Stetson received his MBA in finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and his Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Colgate University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa.

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