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Riverside names CFO-treasurer
Edward Enriquez has been named Riverside’s chief financial officer-treasurer.
A 16-year employee of municipal governments and special districts, Enriquez held that position temporarily for several months before being given the job permanently, according to a statement on the city’s website.
Enriquez began working in Riverside in 2012 as assistant controller and two years later was promoted to city controller. Last year he was made assistant chief financial officer-deputy treasurer, where he oversaw 26 people.
As chief financial officer, Enriquez will oversee a staff of 60 that develops and manages Riverside’s $2 billion biennial budget, according to the statement.
Before joining Riverside, Enriquez worked in the transportation industry for 10 years as an accounting manager. Before that he was in charge of assurance and advisory services for a major certified public accounting firm, according to the statement.