Clio Announces Curt Sigfstead As New Chief Financial Officer

Clio, the world’s leading provider of cloud-based legal technology, announced Curt Sigfstead, a highly experienced technology finance leader, has joined the company as its new Chief Financial Officer. The announcement follows a recent expansion to Clio’s executive team, positioning the company for its next growth phase.

Prior to joining Clio, Sigfstead held the position of CFO for Toronto based fintech and Canadian unicorn, Clearco, where he successfully managed 100+% revenue growth and led the Company’s $125M Series C financing, increasing its Series C valuation sixfold. Sigfstead was previously the Head of West Coast Technology Investment Banking at J.P. Morgan. Sigfstead brings his wealth of experience leading and advising some of the technology sector’s largest M&A deals and raising billions of dollars of capital across public and private debt and equity markets to Clio, as the company sets the course for an exciting next chapter. 

As Clio’s CFO, Sigfstead’s responsibilities extend to all of the company’s finance functions, including accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, legal, and corporate development. He brings experience at the executive and board levels to the role, including corporate investment, venture investing, corporate strategy, treasury management, and financial accounting. His track record of major financing events includes mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, and private and public equity debt financings.

Sigfstead will take over the role of CFO from Rob Froment who, after a long and successful career, is retiring. In his tenure with Clio, Froment played an important role in the evolution of the company, overseeing all three of Clio’s acquisitions, leading the Series D and E funding rounds, and the launch of Clio Payments. 

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