Janus International, a global manufacturer and supplier of building solutions and technology for the self-storage industry, has appointed Anselm Wong as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), effective July 1. He’ll succeed Scott Sannes, overseeing the company’s financial planning and analysis, accounting and reporting, internal audit, corporate development, and investor relations, according to the source.
Wong has 25 years of experience in finance leadership and strategy roles. He has a proven track record of driving financial performance and positioning technologically advanced market leaders for long-term growth, the source reported. Wong previously served as CFO for GE Digital, a subsidiary of General Electric. Prior to that, he was vice president and deputy CFO at Resideo Technologies Inc., where he was responsible for building a finance organization in connection with its spin-off from Honeywell International Inc. He’s held finance-leadership roles at Honeywell for most of his career, and served as CFO for some of the company’s largest business units.
“Anselm is a strong leader with a history of producing outstanding results at complex multi-national businesses. In addition to his deep financial acumen, his impressive background at technologically advanced industrial companies will be beneficial to many aspects of our expansion and development,” said Janus CEO Ramey Jackson. “This is an exciting time for our company, and I look forward to working with Anselm along with the rest of the executive team to continue building upon our sustainable, high-returns business centered on delivering premier solutions, effective technologies and dependable service to our customers. We are excited for him to get started.”
“We thank Scott for his dedication, hard work and valuable contributions to our success over the past seven years,” Jackson added.
“Janus is on a fantastic trajectory with a tremendous opportunity as the provider of choice for cutting-edge solutions in the self-storage, commercial and industrial sectors,” Wong said. “I am thrilled to join this outstanding leadership team and help execute on our strategic and financial goals to continue advancing our market-leading position as a world-class, global enterprise.”
Headquartered in Temple, Georgia, and founded in 2002, Janus is a global manufacturer and supplier of turnkey commercial, industrial and self-storage building solutions including roll-up and swing doors, hallway systems, relocatable storage units, and facility- and door-automation technologies. The company operates out of several U.S. locations and six international offices.