Under Armour has named 13-year company veteran David Bergman as its chief financial officer.
Bergman, who has been serving as the Under Armour's acting CFO since February, will oversee the company's accounting, finance, internal audit and insurance, investor relations, tax and treasury.
"David Bergman brings strong financial expertise, leadership and a deep understanding of the Under Armour brand to this role," Under Armour Chairman and CEO Kevin Plank said in a press release. "In his 13-year career at UA, he has a proven track record of developing and leading our global finance organization through significant milestones including our initial public offering, helping to create our international business, and through our restructuring efforts this year – driving consistently higher standards of return-oriented, financial discipline."
Joining Under Armour in 2004, Bergman has held several senior management positions in the company's finance and accounting organization and serving as senior vice president of corporate finance.
"As our management team works to aggressively evolve our strategy and improve our level of execution, I, along with our board of directors, am confident that Dave's experience will help drive greater operational excellence in every area of our business and create a long-term financial model capable of providing more consistent, sustainable value and return to our shareholders," Plank said in the statement.
Headquartered in Baltimore, Under Armour markets and distributes branded performance athletic apparel, footwear and accessories.