BDP International names Todd Dooley as Chief Financial Officer

Todd Dooley, Chief Financial Officer

August 7, 2017 - PHILADELPHIA – BDP International (BDP), a leading privately owned global logistics and transportation solutions company, has hired Todd Dooley as Chief Financial Officer.

Effective immediately, Dooley will oversee all aspects of BDP’s financial operations. Through a global network of wholly owned subsidiaries, joint ventures and strategic partnerships, BDP has 144 offices in 36 countries and more than 4,000 employees serving more than 4,000 customers in nearly 140 countries.

Dooley’s primary duties will include providing a rigorous and disciplined annual forecasting report to members of BDP’s Board of Directors. He will also ensure all departments within the company and external constituents are provided with accurate and relevant financial information to enhance day-to-day operations. Before joining BDP, Dooley served as Vice President of Finance for H&R Block.

“With 20 years in the world of corporate finance, Todd has successfully executed financial transformations across several Fortune 1000 companies,” said BDP Chairman and CEO Richard J. Bolte, Jr. “I am confident his broad expertise will be a perfect fit for the organization, especially with our aggressive plans for financial growth playing such a key role in our strategic plan.”

As CFO, Dooley will support the Executive Leadership Team to ensure all strategies and investments within each department are properly aligned with both the needs of the business and financial requirements. He also will lead BDP’s treasury function, including overseeing and managing all aspects of controllership, financial planning and taxes, while optimizing the company’s position for ideal future growth.

Dooley has an extensive background in finance, serving in a variety of roles within finance and accounting at Ceridian, IBM and 3M, with responsibilities ranging from auditing, controllership, pricing, financial analysis, financial consolidations, shared services, customer and product profitability, and financial planning and analysis systems.

Source: American Journal of Transportation