HOUSTON — The former CFO of Reynolds and Reynolds Co. said Wednesday that Bob Brockman did not communicate concerns about his mental abilities or qualifications while serving as CEO of the dealership management system giant.
Craig Moss testified in a Houston courtroom on the third day of a competency hearing to determine whether Brockman can stand trial on federal charges of tax evasion, a hearing expected to last at least a week.
Prosecutors asked Moss about multiple emails Brockman sent addressing specific company matters, including flights using a Reynolds plane, both before and after Brockman was indicted in October 2020.
Moss testified that one such email, from January 2020, involved a discussion with Brockman about the fact that the company had been “losing customers at a rate that would negatively impact the financial statements.”
When prosecutors asked if Moss had had any reason to doubt Brockman’s mental competence at that time, Moss testified that he had “none.”