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Airport appoints its first CFO
By Katena Carvajales

Hartsfield-Jackson has appointed Milton M. Castillo, CPA, as its first chief financial officer. Castillo will be a key member of the Department of Aviation's senior staff and will be responsible for all accounting, finance and treasury operations.

"We are extremely pleased to welcome Milton to the management team," said Aviation General Manager Ben DeCosta. "He has a broad base of financial experience and proven abilities to raise capital, improve operations, impact business growth and maximize profits. These skills, along with his international business experience, will make him an immediate contributor to our strategic and long-term financial goals."

Castillo, 40, brings a wealth of financial leadership skills and experience to his new position. He has about 20 years of experience in accounting and finance, including audit, budgeting and forecasting, corporate and investment finance, mergers and acquisitions, Securities and Exchange Commission reporting and strategic planning.

Most recently, Castillo was vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Concessions International. He was responsible for all accounting and financial operations at the airport concessions company, which had $100 million in annual sales.

Castillo is a graduate of Emory University and has been licensed as a certified public accountant in Georgia since 1992. He is a member of the Georgia Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Milton Castillo, CPA

Milton Castillo, CPA, brings a vast amount of experience in financial leadership to his role as Hartsfield-Jackson's new chief financial officer.

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