Maximus’ Rick Nadeau to Retire, Mutryn to Step into CFO Role

David Mutryn

David Mutryn, Maximus

Government services provider Maximus has announced the planned retirement of Richard “Rick” Nadeau, effective Nov. 30, 2021. 

Nadeau stays on as chief financial officer through the transition, and Senior Vice President of Finance David Mutryn assumes the CFO role Dec. 1, 2021.

Nadeau led the completion of six acquisitions, partnered with operations leaders on strategic market planning, managed finance, accounting, tax, investor relations, risk management, and was vital in guiding the firm’s environmental, social and governance strategy, said Maximus President and CEO Bruce Caswell.

“Lastly, we are grateful for Rick’s efforts in helping Maximus successfully navigate the many challenges faced because of the global pandemic,” he added. 

Mutryn joined Maximus in 2016 as global corporate controller and transitioned to SVP of finance in 2020. He is also a member of the company’s executive committee. 

Prior to joining Maximus, he was vice president of finance at CSRA, Inc. and held numerous financial leadership positions at SRA International, Inc.

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