Chris Ciabattone holds the position of Holtec’s corporate controller reporting to the chief financial officer. In this role, Ciabattone supervises all cash activities including the invoicing and payable functions for Holtec and its subsidiary companies. He establishes and implements financial policies, performs financial risk assessments, and is responsible for process re-engineering and improvements.
Ciabattone is a seasoned accounting professional with over 30 years of experience in the energy sector, telecommunications and manufacturing industries. Prior to joining Holtec, he served as director of accounting for several power plants, including Brooklyn Navy Yard Cogeneration, PE Berkeley, York Haven and Keystone/Conemaugh. In these positions, he reported to company vice presidents of finance, chief financial officer, equity partners and other stakeholders. His responsibilities included the preparation and issuance of audited financial statements, compliance reporting and cash management responsibility for each corporation.
Ciabattone is a member of the Financial Executive Networking Group (FENG).
Ciabattone is a member of the South Brunswick Historical Society.
Ciabattone earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Drexel University. He is a certified public accountant in the state of Pennsylvania.