Tige Boats appoints corporate controller

Tige Boats, Inc appointed Jeff Vogt as corporate controller. In his role as controller, Vogt will lead corporate accounting functions, regulatory reporting, accounting policy and risk management, while also managing the company’s accounting, IT, human resource and payroll departments.

Vogt’s position will provide the leadership, management and vision necessary to ensure that Tige Boats, Inc has the proper operational controls in place to effectively grow the organization, and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency. 

Vogt brings an extensive background from the oil and gas industry, where he previously held roles as controller, and director of accounts receivable, credit and collections. Before oil and gas, Jeff worked for Harley Davidson’s financial services as an underwriter for the Aircraft Finance Division, as well as roles in the banking and automotive industries.

 “Jeff’s broad range of experience in several finance functions and industries will allow him to contribute to the company in critical ways in more than just finance,” stated Charlie Pigeon, Tige Boats Inc, owner and CEO. “His depth of knowledge and strong leadership skills make him the perfect choice to occupy this important role, and we look forward to the impact he’s going to make.”

Tige said that with Vogt’s drive, motivation and expertise in accounting, finance and management he will play a pivotal role in daily operations and long-term financial goals.

“I am very excited to join the Tige Team which has built a storied history of designing, engineering, and manufacturing world class boats,” stated Vogt. “I am looking forward to learning about the various aspects of boat manufacturing in order to help the company meet and exceed production and financial objectives.”

Vogt received an MBA with a concentration in Accounting and Financing from the University of Texas at Dallas and a bachelor’s degree in Finance from University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse.

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