Transwestern names chief financial officer

Adam Altsuler has been named chief financial officer for Transwestern.

Serving as a key member of the firm’s Executive Committee, Altsuler is charged with setting enterprise-wide fiscal priorities and overseeing all financial matters for Transwestern as it executes a bold transformation designed to scale capabilities and optimize synergies to support its mission of value creation. Altsuler succeeds Steve Harding, who held the CFO post for 21 years before being promoted to the role of Chief Transformation Officer (CTO) in 2023.

Before joining Transwestern, Altsuler was Executive Vice President and CFO of U.S. Development Group, which develops, owns and manages large-scale multi-modal logistics centers and energy infrastructure in North America. During his 10 years with the company, he oversaw corporate finance, financial planning, treasury, capital markets, accounting and investor relations activities.

Altsuler started his career in investment banking at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette/Credit Suisse First Boston before serving as an investment analyst at an energy-focused hedge fund and holding financial leadership roles at Eagle Rock Energy Partners.

Altsuler earned a BBA in finance from The University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from Rice University, graduating Beta Gamma Sigma. He currently serves on the Advisory Council for KBH Energy Center at The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business.