ABM Names Scaglione as Chief Financial Officer

April 7, 2015

ABM on April 7 announced the appointment of D. Anthony Scaglione as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective immediately.

"Anthony brings the strengths we need as we drive the firm forward," said Scott Salmirs, ABM president and chief executive officer. "In addition to his financial acumen, he has been instrumental in our M&A strategy and has a deep understanding of ABM and the facilities industry. His drive and curious nature inspire everyone around him. I couldn't be more excited about his new role and the value he will add."

Scaglione, 42, succeeds James S. Lusk, 58, who has served in that role since January 2008. Lusk will remain with the company for an interim period to ensure a smooth transition.

"This appointment is an honor for me at a time of great opportunity for ABM," said Scaglione. "We are well positioned for success going forward and I look forward to continuing to work to build value for ABM's clients and investors."

Scaglione has served as ABM's senior vice president, treasurer and mergers and acquisitions since January 2012, after having served as ABM's vice president and treasurer from June 2009 to January 2012.

Salmirs said, "On behalf of the company, we thank Jim Lusk for his contributions to ABM through the years and wish him all the best. Jim has overseen our financial, risk management and IT operations skillfully as we achieved record results, enhanced our financial and reporting processes, and built out a strong finance team, including Anthony."

Prior to joining ABM, among his other professional positions, Scaglione served in finance and treasury positions with CA Technologies from August 2005 through June 2009.

Scaglione currently serves as Chairman of the Board of the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), the professional society that represents finance executives globally. He previously served as Chairman of its Audit Committee and a member of its Strategic Planning and Strategic Alliance Committees.

A graduate of Rutgers University with dual honors degrees in Finance and Accounting, Scaglione received his MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a New York State Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).

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