Press Release: Frost-Arnett Leadership Transitions
Frost-Arnett Leadership Transitions
Veteran Executives Pass the Torch
Frost-Arnett is announcing that George Buck has transitioned out of his current role as President of the company at the end of 2016. The company also stated that Paul Sachtleben will move into the President position while Jason Meyer will serve as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
“George has been instrumental in the success of Frost-Arnett,” said Frost-Arnett’s Chairman, Charles Martin, Jr. “He has been a contributor not only to the financial success of the company, but he has had a tremendous influence on the development of our corporate culture.”
George has been with Frost-Arnett for 37 years and has held the President position since 2003. “George has helped to steer the company to substantial growth, as evidenced by our recent announcement to move our corporate headquarters from James Robertson to Elm Hill Pike,” said Martin, Jr. “We will miss George in his current role and are grateful that he will stay with the company and recognize his substantial contribution to the company.”
In announcing the change of duties, Buck said, “This is the culmination of a two-year process. It’s time for the next generation of leaders to take the helm. I’m extremely grateful for the opportunities that have been afforded me, and I look forward to continuing to add value to the organization.” George will remain with the company as President Emeritus and focus on client relationship development, being an advocate for the ARM industry in our ever-changing regulatory environment as well as continuing his role on the national speaking circuit as an industry thought leader.
Paul Sachtleben, who has been with the company for 17 years, has been responsible for day-to-day operations for the last eight years and will continue to run operations while focusing on continuing improvement of client performance and results. “Paul knows our company and this business as well as anyone at our company. He has been the main architect behind our operations and workflow and will continue to be a tremendous asset to the company in his new role,” said Charles Martin, Jr.
Jason Meyer, who joined the company in 2015, will primarily be responsible for setting the strategy of the company, client and business development and setting the company’s growth initiatives. “Jason brings a wealth of experience in sales, management and corporate strategy from his many years in investment banking and consulting,” said, Charles Martin, Jr. “He and Paul are the perfect combination to lead Frost-Arnett into the future.”