Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox has designated Scott Taub to serve as Acting Chief Accountant for the SEC due to the departure of the SEC’s Chief Accountant Donald Nicolaisen.
Taub previously served as the SEC’s deputy chief accountant since Sept. 2002. Prior to his most recent service with the SEC, Taub was a partner in the Professional Standards Group of Arthur Andersen in Chicago. Seven of Taub’s years at Andersen were spent in its Detroit office where he was an experienced manager in the audit practice. From June 1999 through June 2001, Taub served as a professional accounting fellow with the SEC’s Office of Chief Accountant.
Taub graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor in 1990.
Eric Keller, President & CEO,
Eric Keller, President and Chief Executive officer, brings to Movaris more than 20 years of experience as a financial executive in high-growth technology companies, giving him unique insight into the efforts of public companies to comply with a wide range of regulations. His business background encompasses corporate and international finance, public offerings, acquisitions, intellectual property licensing, and financial information systems, and he has worked with companies in capital goods, services, and health care. Throughout his career, he has built strong finance functions to support rapidly expanding technology companies and has completed more than $400 million of private and public financings.
Mr. Keller has extensive experience in corporate compliance with government agencies including the SEC and the FDA. He served as audit committee chair, and later chairman of the board of Marimba Inc. prior to BMC Software's acquisition of Marimba in 2004. Mr. Keller's CFO experience includes Corio Inc., an enterprise application service provider; Aspect Communications, a provider of contact center solutions and services; Dionex Corporation, a manufacturer of scientific instruments; and Ventritex, Inc., a medical device manufacturer.