Bestige Holdings hired Kimberly Myles as chief financial officer. Earlier in her career, Myles held roles at Redcats USA, a direct-to-consumer women’s clothing company, and at J. Jill Group as senior manager, FP&A.
Bestige Holdings announced that it has hired Kimberly Myles as Chief Financial Officer. Kim will be responsible for overseeing all accounting, financial reporting, fund management, and compliance-related activities. Her extensive experience over the last two decades in both finance and accounting roles has given her the opportunity to work with publicly held, family held, and private equity-owned businesses.
“I have had the privilege of partnering and working with Kim as a CFO and advisor to many of our portfolio companies over the last 12 years” said Nathan Richey, Managing Partner at Bestige. “Kim’s unique background in both financial and operational management makes her ideally suited to join our organization and complement our leadership team. As we continue to grow our team, investment portfolio, and product offerings, Kim will play a critical role in helping us successfully navigate the changes and growth ahead.”
Kim has served as a financial and operational consultant for the last ten years, providing interim management/leadership, financial improvement, and process redevelopment strategies to over 25 companies. In those roles, she led a variety of operation-critical projects ranging from establishing freestanding financial departments to navigating complex mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures.
Earlier in her career, Kim held several roles at Redcats USA, a direct-to-consumer women’s clothing corporation, including Controller, Manager of FP&A, Manager of Imports, and Accounting Manager. She also worked as Senior Manager, FP&A for J. Jill Group, a retail store segment of a multichannel seller of women’s apparel and accessories.
About Bestige Holdings
Bestige Holdings is a long-term focused private investment firm that is building and developing a portfolio of investments in high potential businesses. Bestige invests in businesses with high potential, clear reasons to exist, and strong value propositions. Investment candidates typically include those with headquarters and/or significant operations within North America, $25 to $300 million of revenue, and $3 to $20 million of EBITDA. For additional details, Bestige’s website can be found at www.bestigeholdings.com.