Irving’s TXOne Networks Names New Chief Financial Officer

YC Wu joins TXOne Networks with almost three decades of experience in the global financial markets as a banker at Goldman Sachs, UBS, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup.

TXOne Networks, a Taiwan-based provider of cyber-physical systems security with a U.S. headquarters in Irving, has appointed YC Wu as its new chief financial officer.

“We’re delighted to welcome YC Wu as the CFO of TXOne,” Terence Liu, chief executive officer, TXOne Networks, said in a statement. “His extensive executive experience in financial management, corporate finance, capital management, strategic planning and team leadership equips him to drive continued excellence in our core finance operations.”

Wu joins TXOne Networks with almost three decades of experience in the global financial markets as a banker at Goldman Sachs, UBS, JPMorgan Chase, and Citigroup.

The company said he also held numerous leadership roles and led the financing and strategic initiatives of several financial technology companies, such as Yeepay and Wecash.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the TXOne team to advance the financial foundation and governance that benefits the entire organization,” Wu said in a statement. “Together, we will deliver on the tremendous opportunity TXOne has to achieve a global business scale and sustainable growth, expand margins and improve returns as we strengthen our business analysis and finance operations, which will deliver significant long-term value for our stockholders. And we’ll do this while continuing to provide the outstanding level of service that is synonymous with the TXOne brand.”

In his new post, Wu reports to CEO Terence Liu, along with other TXOne Networks senior finance leaders overseeing areas that include fund raising, treasury, tax, internal audit, and financial planning and analysis.

TXOne Networks offers cybersecurity solutions that “ensure the reliability and safety of industrial control systems and operational technology environments,” the company stated.

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