John Scullion, Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer

[This article appeared in a supplement to Strategy sponsored by Loyalty Management Group.]John Scullion joined Loyalty Management Group Canada in October 1993 as vice-president and chief financial officer.Before that, Scullion was cfo of The Rider Travel Group in Toronto.He graduated with...

[This article appeared in a supplement to Strategy sponsored by Loyalty Management Group.]

John Scullion joined Loyalty Management Group Canada in October 1993 as vice-president and chief financial officer.

Before that, Scullion was cfo of The Rider Travel Group in Toronto.

He graduated with a B. Comm. from the University of Toronto in 1980 and joined accountancy firm Arthur Andersen and became a c.a. in 1982.

In 1988, Scullion left Arthur Andersen as an audit manager to join Rider as its vice-president, finance.

At LMG Canada, he is responsible for financial and strategic planning imperatives for the company.

His other interests include his children, reading, baseball and working out.

‘We have a very unique business opportunity here,’ Scullion says.

‘Our ongoing challenge is to create an environment that fosters new idea generation and that challenges the established processes,’ he says.