AGC Aerospace and Defense-backed Commuter Air Technology appoints CFO

Commuter Air Technology, which is backed by AGC Aerospace and Defense, has hired Greg Meacham as chief financial officer. His work background includes senior leadership roles at SAIC, a U.S. subsidiary of WS Atkins and The Benham Companies. Based in Oklahoma City, CAT is a provider of certified aircraft and customized aircraft modifications for commercial and government applications.


Commuter Air Technology (CAT), an AGC Aerospace & Defense company, headquartered in Oklahoma City, announces Greg Meacham as Chief Financial Officer. Meacham brings more than 20 years of experience serving as CFO, COO and Executive VP in both the private and federal sectors including a senior leadership role for a subsidiary company of SAIC, a US-based, publicly-traded company; the US subsidiary of WS Atkins, a UK-based, publicly-traded company; and The Benham Companies, a privately held entity.

“Greg Meacham is a seasoned professional and an important addition to our management team as we plan the next evolution of growth in our company,” said Darryl Wilkerson, CAT President. “His experience in mergers, acquisitions and structuring numerous business arrangements including complex organizational and financial solutions for federal and commercial projects will support our pattern of sustained growth and introduce increased value to our clients. We are extremely pleased to have him on our team.”

In his role with CAT, Meacham will lead the finance and business operations teams working closely with various business units to expand CAT’s capabilities and footprint both in the United States and overseas.

In his roles prior to joining CAT, Meacham provided overall direction and management of finance, accounting, legal, contracts, human resources, risk management, acquisitions, strategic and commercial operations, and strategic planning. He led numerous business integrations while driving process improvements in order to mitigate risks and create real value…

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