Anuvia Plant Nutrients names new senior vp

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Ed Zughaft

Anuvia Plant Nutrients appointed Ed Zughaft to senior vice president of asset acquisitions and finance. Previously, he was senior vice president finance. In this new position, Zughaft will lead Anuvia’s acquisition efforts as it seeks to expand operations with new plants and production facilities.

“As an original member of the Anuvia team, Ed has been an integral part of our success. He has managed the company’s finances at every turn – from day-to-day accounting, budgeting and reporting to strategically structuring our business for future growth. A skilled negotiator, Ed managed the $110 million equity raise and debt financings in 2014, including the $64 million tax-exempt bond offering which funded the construction of the first plant in Zellwood, Fla. Ed has the experience and the passion to help take Anuvia to the next level. We are indeed looking forward to Ed’s impact on the company in his new position,” said Anuvia CEO Amy Yoder.

Zughaft’s experience at Anuvia has included overseeing every aspect of the company’s finances. He negotiated, structured, documented and executed major project agreements and corporate financing. In addition, he has handled investor relations and lender contacts as well as provided strategic advice to the Anuvia management team and Board of Directors.

Zughaft has raised more than $40 billion of debt and equity capital during his Wall Street career which started at Lehman Brothers where he spent 20 years advising and financing power, transportation and other infrastructure companies, and most recently as managing director leading investment banking coverage of wireless infrastructure, satellite and broadcast sectors.

He also worked as managing director for TD Securities, where his responsibilities included debt capital market coverage of Canadian and US companies in several industry sectors including healthcare, technology, retail, industrial, seafood and forestry products. He achieved a leadership position in wireless infrastructure lending with over $8 billion in financing within four years.

He holds an MBA in finance from the NYU Stern School of Business and a bachelor’s in computer and information science from City University of New York-Brooklyn College.

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