Anuvia Names Renninger CFO

Published online: Apr 08, 2020 News
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Anuvia Plant Nutrients announces that Kyle Renninger is joining the company as its chief financial officer.

In his new position, Renninger will be a senior executive responsible for managing financial actions and planning and analyzing the company’s financial status. As Anuvia’s CFO, Renninger will use his skills in finance to advance market growth of the company’s innovative, bio-based and sustainable products, including SymTRX for agriculture.

“We’re excited to welcome Kyle to Anuvia,” says Anuvia CEO Amy Yoder. “He is a proven finance and business leader focused on delivering results through strategic relationships that are critical to Anuvia’s financial growth. Kyle’s knowledge and experience will be a valuable asset to help bring fact and logic to financial decision-making. Kyle brings valuable insight to addressing the needs and issues facing our business as we make financial decisions to succeed and grow.”

Renninger brings 15 years of experience in his career leading the financial analysis and planning for multiple global agricultural businesses. 

“I look forward to helping Anuvia build upon new and existing business relationships through continuous improvement in decision-making and team-building,” says Renninger. “The focus will be on developing policies, managing financial plans, assessing risks and analyzing data to ensure operational efficiency.”

“With products like SymTRX, we can provide technology innovation that enhances profitability and sustainability, not only for farmers but also for the industries that support them and the food companies who want to meet consumer demand for environmentally friendly and sustainably sourced food and fiber.”

Most recently, Renninger worked as CFO for Arysta LifeScience Corporation overseeing the North America, Australia and New Zealand business units. During his time with Arysta, Renninger served as marketing manager for U.S. herbicides, financial planning and analysis manager, manager of sales and operations analysis and reporting, senior financial analyst, and cost accountant/cost analyst. His background also includes various cost accounting and manufacturing analysis positions for IBM.

Renninger holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from Penn State University and an MBA from Campbell University. He is also a certified management accountant (CMA).