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Smyth Jewelers Appoints New CFO

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Robert Yanega has been named chief financial officer of Smyth Jewelers.

(Press Release)
BALTIMORE, MD – Smyth Jewelers announced the appointment of Robert Yanega as chief financial officer.

Yanega joined the company in 2003 and has held various operational and administrative roles during his tenure.

Prior to his latest appointment, Yanega bolstered Smyth’s financial strategy helping to foster a new banking relationship and catalyzed the profitable sale of subsidiaries. In his new position, he will lead and manage all fiscal matters and provide tactical counsel for Smyth’s sustained growth and development.

“Robert was a natural fit for this executive position,” said Tom Smyth, president of Smyth Jewelers. “For more than a decade, he has laid the groundwork to become a leading adviser to Smyth Jewelers, and we have every confidence that he will continue to keep our company financially fit and poised to prosper.”

Yanega holds a B.A. from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA, and a master’s degree in accounting from the University of Phoenix. He has been a Baltimore resident since 2000.

Established in 1914, Smyth Jewelers operates three Maryland showrooms in Timonium, Annapolis and Ellicott City.

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