Ferguson has appointed Bill Brundage as chief financial officer. In his new role, Brundage has direct responsibility for all finance functions, acquisitions and risk management at Ferguson. He succeeds retiring CFO Dave Keltner, who was named a 2016 CFO of the Year by Virginia Business.
Brundage joined Ferguson in 2003 from PricewaterhouseCoopers as manager of finance and was promoted to corporate controller two years later. In 2008, he was promoted to vice president of finance, a position he held until his promotion to senior vice president of finance in 2016.
“I am excited to step into this new leadership role,” said CFO Bill Brundage. “Ferguson has tremendous associates who work hard every day to deliver outstanding value to our customers, and I look forward to working across the entire leadership team to build on the company’s success as the market leader in our industry.”
“Bill Brundage has a strong understanding of our industry and will help drive profitable growth across Ferguson,” said CEO Frank Roach. “Beyond the numbers, his experience leading and motivating large, high-performance teams at Ferguson makes him uniquely qualified to oversee our finance function.”
A native of Richmond, Va., Brundage is a graduate of the University of Virginia. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Virginia Living Museum.