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A CFO change of the guard at Jack Henry is scheduled to take place this fall.
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A CFO change of the guard at Jack Henry is scheduled to take place this fall.

Jack Henry hires new CFO

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Jack Henry & Associates Inc. (Nasdaq: JKHY) has a new chief financial officer scheduled to start in the fall.

Financial industry veteran Mimi Carsley is slated to join the Monett-based financial software firm on Sept. 1, according to a news release. She'll succeed Kevin Williams, who late last year announced plans to retire from the company.

"I am thrilled about this new opportunity," Carsley said in the release. "Jack Henry is respected throughout the financial services industry for its long history of outstanding performance, its company culture, customer-centric approach and ability to address financial institutions' most pressing needs with innovative solutions.

"I look forward to joining this leadership team, bringing my experience and insight to the table and continuing to help the company serve the needs of its clients."

Carsley has most recently worked for Texas-based technology company Blucora, as interim CFO as well as treasurer and senior vice president. She has experience as executive vice president of corporate development for LPL Financial and CFO and chief operating officer at Bluewater Global Ltd. She has more than 30 years of financial industry experience.

Williams, a Jack Henry employee of more than two decades who became CFO in 2001, is staying on board until Sept. 1 to assist with the transition, according to the release.

"Kevin has made a tremendous impact on Jack Henry for nearly 25 years, and I thank him for his dedicated service and valuable contributions to the company," Jack Henry board Chair and CEO David Foss said in the release. "I'm extremely pleased we were able to find someone of Mimi's caliber to take over as CFO."

Jack Henry is scheduled to release its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings report on Aug. 16.

JKHY shares hit a 52-week high of $212.32 per share this morning. The 52-week low is $147.50 per share.


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