Jim Karle
Jim Karle is the President/CEO of Corporate Business Solutions and has been in this capacity since joining the company in March 1997. He has overall responsibility for the strategic direction and business development efforts of the company. Jim is a past board member and officer of the Georgia Association of Professional Employer Organizations. Prior to joining the company he spent almost nine years with Price Waterhouse in Atlanta as both an auditor and investment banker. He holds a BBA in Accountancy from the University of Notre Dame, is an avid tennis player and has been active with such community organizations as Starlight Foundation, Junior Achievement and the German School of Atlanta.
Nadir Moledina
Chief Information Officer
Nadir Moledina is the company’s Chief Information Officer and has overall responsibility for data security, integrity, and strategy of the CBS systems. Spanning a career of more than 20 years, he has experience in virtually all aspects of information technology relating to HRIS solutions. Since joining CBS in 2000, he ensures CBS staff and clients have the right solutions to maximize the impact of CBS’ services. Nadir has over 13 years of payroll / accounting experience and is knowledgeable of UltiPro, PeopleSoft, Ceridian Source 500, Master Tax, as well as numerous other systems. He is very active in his community and a leading member in his Community Center.
Todd Hutchings
Chief Financial Officer
Todd Hutchings is the company’s Chief Financial Officer and a CPA who has overall responsibility for the payment and filing of all payroll related obligations of the company and its clients. Additionally, he is responsible for developing and maintaining the controls and processes surrounding CBS’ financial reporting and compliance. His financial career has always involved working with and leading the financial efforts of entrepreneurial companies e.g. Turner Broadcasting, Ivan Allen, Spa Sydell, etc. Todd joined CBS in 2006 and holds a BS in Accounting from North Carolina State University.
Lewis Carter
Board of Directors and Shareholders
The third generation chairman of Lewis M. Carter Manufacturing Company, Lewis is a graduate of Auburn University and a naval veteran. After assuming chairmanship and ownership of the LMC Group in 1988, he expanded the business from the traditional role as the world leader in peanut processing machinery. Lewis has been employed at LMC for over 25 years. He is active in Donalsonville Church of Christ where he serves as a deacon, and is also a director of Lipscomb University, Nashville Tennessee. The LMC Group has over 250 employees with operations in Georgia, California and western Canada. LMC is the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial peanut and almond equipment.
Larry Evans
Board of Directors and Shareholders
Larry is a former Executive Committee Member of Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP, one of the 20 largest public accounting firms in the US. His areas of concentration are agribusiness, manufacturing, and international tax and finance companies. He is recognized nationally in the cotton, peanut, pecan, almond, and related agriculture equipment and service businesses. Larry holds a BS and MBA in Economics from the University of Tennessee and was a Distinguished Military Student Graduate, achieving the rank of Captain in the U.S. Army. He worked as a tax manager with Peat Marwick, a predecessor of KPMG, before co-founding a local firm in 1977 that ultimately became Dixon Hughes Goodman.

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