Sintavia appoints Brian Haggenmiller as Chief Financial Officer

June 23, 2021

Brian Haggenmiller has been appointed as Sintavia’s CFO (Courtesy Business Wire)

Sintavia, LLC, Hollywood, Florida, USA, has announced Brian Haggenmiller as its new Chief Financial Officer. Prior to this role, Haggenmiller had acted as the Senior Director of Financial Planning & Analysis at AerSale Corp., where he led that company’s financial planning efforts in advance of it going public in 2020. While at AerSale, Haggenmiller was also responsible for evaluating all types of commercial aerospace transactions, ranging from single engine deals to multiple aircraft packages.

“We could not be more excited to have Brian join the Sintavia team as our new CFO,” stated Brian Neff, CEO. “Brian’s direct experience in commercial aviation, combined with his leadership in the financial markets, makes him an ideal choice to lead our financial and accounting teams. I am looking forward to working with him as we lead Sintavia to the next level of its development.”

Prior to his position at AerSale, Haggenmiller spent over a decade working in various capacities at a mortgage finance company and its subsidiaries, where he acted as a Financial Analyst before moving into a financial management capacity. He holds a BS in Business Administration from Washington University’s Olin School of Business, and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Miami School of Business.

“Sintavia is the global leader in applying raw Additive Manufacturing technology to targeted end uses within the Aerospace, Defense, & Space industry – specifically thermodynamic components, advanced propulsion systems, and aerostructures,” Haggenmiller commented. “My goal in joining Sintavia will be to ensure that it has the financial support it needs to seize the opportunity that lies before it within these component markets.”

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