As Global Chief Financial Officer for The TEAM Companies, An De Vooght is responsible for the company’s global financial management and operations. A key player on the company’s executive team, An brings 25 years of leadership experience in financial function and performance, corporate governance, and business efficiency management and she was instrumental in coordinating Torquest Partners’ 2017 investment in The TEAM Companies.
An began her career in finance at Price Waterhouse, dividing her time between Los Angeles, CA and Brussels, Belgium as a Senior Auditor responsible for a diverse, multinational client base covering the technology, banking, pharmaceutical, entertainment, and energy industries. This was followed by a three-year stint as CFO/Head of Finance & Operations heading up financial operations for Sony Cinema Products Corporation in Culver City, California. In 1998, An joined Red Bull where she worked for 16 years, serving first as CFO for Red Bull North America, and then as Vice President of Internal Audit for the parent company, Red Bull GmbH.
At Red Bull North America, An directed the successful implementation of the ERP system (SAP), as well as various programs and applications to streamline financial processes in tandem with the company’s operations and explosive growth. During her tenure with Red Bull GmbH, An’s portfolio included management of internal audits for all regions, as well as establishing global guidelines for operations and Risk Management and a Global Code of Conduct.
Just prior to joining The TEAM Companies, An served as CFO for Beats Electronics, LLC, where she managed day to day financial operations and oversaw the implementation of enterprise level processes and systems for financial management and strategic planning. She was part of the executive team that conducted the due diligence and oversaw the acquisition of Beats by Apple Corporation in May 2014.
A native of Belgium, An is a Certified Internal Auditor and holds an MBA from the University of Antwerp. She has also completed Executive Management programs at Stanford University Graduate School of Business.