Vida Capital, a portfolio company of RedBird Capital Partners and Reverence Capital Partners, appointed John M. Jureller CFO, effective June 21. Jureller has 40 years of financial expertise and has a proven track record of driving growth and building high-performance finance teams. Jureller will be based in New York and report to Blair Wallace, CEO and president.

Jureller succeeded Chris Munson, who stepped down as Vida’s CFO after serving at the company since 2009. Munson will serve as co-CFO for a transitional period, supporting the company into the fourth quarter.

“I am pleased to welcome John to our team as our chief financial officer. He’s a deeply talented executive and brings with him a wealth of experience building high-performing teams across a multi-office footprint. I’m confident that will yield new and valuable perspectives as we prepare for the next stage of our growth,” Wallace said. “I’d also like to thank Chris for his contributions to the firm and we appreciate his involvement in the transition period to ensure the change is as smooth as possible.”

“Vida’s portfolio of differentiated and alternative strategies presents an exciting opportunity to join an innovative, growth-focused firm,” Jureller said. “I look forward to working with this dynamic team and leveraging my experience in previous roles to generate continued success at such an exciting time in the firm’s evolution.”

Jureller joins Vida with a deep understanding of the CFO position, having served in the role at four previous firms. Prior to joining Vida, Jureller served as the CFO of Knotel, a flexible workspace platform. Before that, he served as managing director for Accordion Partners, a private equity-focused financial consulting and technology firm. Earlier, Jureller was the CFO Frontier Communications, Westpoint International and Trans-Resources, was a senior director in the operating group at General Atlantic and held senior roles at AlixPartners and Gartner. He currently serves on the board of directors of White Plains Hospital where he is chairman of the finance committee and has served on numerous private and public company boards of directors.