John London is executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) of ACS, A Xerox Company.
London joined ACS in 1995 after spending 10 years in the audit practice of Price Waterhouse Coopers in Dallas. Upon joining ACS, London served as corporate controller, where he played a key role in helping ACS complete its initial public filings as a public company on the NASDAQ and subsequently on the New York Stock Exchange. He was later promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer for the commercial segment.
In 2005, London joined Zenta, LLC as CFO and co-investor, where he was responsible for all areas of finance and accounting for this international company of 4,500 employees. In 2007, London returned to ACS as an executive vice president of finance and accounting for the commercial and government segments of ACS.
In his role as CFO, London oversees the chief accounting office, the corporate reporting group and the financial systems support and project management offices. The chief financial officers managing the finances for the company’s nine operating groups will report to London
London graduated with a BBA in accounting from Texas A&M University in 1984 and is a CPA licensed in Texas.