James Mock, PerkinElmer

James Mock, SVP & Chief Financial Officer PerkinElmer.
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James Mock, SVP & Chief Financial Officer PerkinElmer.

Jamey Mock joined PerkinElmer in May 2018 as senior vice president and chief financial officer. In this role, he has overall leadership responsibility for the strategy and operations of all Company finance functions.

Prior to joining PerkinElmer, Jamey was Vice President, Corporate Audit Staff (CAS), for General Electric (GE) in October 2015. CAS is the premier organization within GE for personal and professional growth, developing leaders across the functions through extensive training and audit leadership roles. Teams work around the globe in all GE businesses on both controllership reviews and operational excellence projects.

Prior to his current role, Jamey spent one year in the Oil and Gas industry for GE in Aberdeen, UK. He was Vice President and CFO for the Subsea Systems and Drilling business, a $5 billion global business overseeing 31 manufacturing and services facilities, more than 9,000 employees in 11 countries around the world, and one of the industry's most extensive product and service portfolios.

Prior to Oil and Gas, Jamey spent 10 years in the aviation industry, all with GE. He was the CFO of the GE Aviation Commercial Services division based in Cincinnati, Ohio, an $8 billion business that maintains, repairs, and overhauls GE commercial engines. He also served as the CFO, Commercial Engines Operation, which designs, develops, and manufactures 2,000 commercial engines annually for leading airframers and airlines across the globe. Finally, he served as Financial Planning and Analysis Director of GECAS, a leading aircraft financing business.

Jamey joined GE in 1999 in its Financial Management Program at GE Plastics in Pittsfield, Mass. Thereafter he joined the Corporate Audit Staff, where he spent the next five years working with all GE businesses around the world, advancing to Executive Audit Manager of GE Aviation and Transportation. Jamey holds a Bachelor of Arts in economics from St. Lawrence University.