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Online Resources Names New CFO

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Posted March 18, 2002 By Staff     Feedback

Graham to focus on general financial management and broadening investor base.

Online Resources Corp. , an outsourcer of e-financial services, has named Catherine Graham as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). Graham will focus on the general financial management of the McLean, Va.-based company, with particular attention paid to broadening the investor base and exploring strategic business opportunities.

Graham comes to Online Resources after serving as CFO of Via Net.Works, Inc., where in addition to managing the company's initial public offering, she also negotiated the acquisition of 26 companies in 14 countries over a 24-month period. Prior to that, Graham was vice president of finance and investor relations officer for Yurie Systems and headed the transition team after the sale of the company to Lucent Technologies. Graham has also held financial executive positions with Smith Barney, First National Bank of Maryland and Maryland National Bank.

"Cathy comes to us with 20 years of experience in the banking and technology fields," said Online Resources Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Matthew P. Lawlor. "Her experience in taking three companies public and building businesses via strategic acquisitions will be invaluable to Online Resources as we look for alternatives to expand our distribution channel."

Online Resources Quotien suite of services provides Internet banking, electronic bill payment-presentment, and other consumer and small business. The company performs customer care and consumer marketing services, providing clients a single, integrated solution, backed by an end-to-end service guarantee and real-time transaction capabilities. Online Resources processes approximately 70 million transactions annually, including $3.5 billion in consumer bill payments.

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