7 CFOs Assuming Positions at New Companies in June
Here’s a breakdown on seven top chief financial officers shifting over to a new company this June:
Irene Esteves will be the new finance chief at Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE:TWC). She takes over from Robert Marcus, who was promoted to the roles of president and chief operating officer last year but also stayed on as CFO until his replacement could be found. Most recently, Esteves headed finance at XL Group plc (NYSE:XL).
CIGNA (NYSE:CI) has named Ralph Nicoletti to lead the finance function, effective June 20. He replaces acting CFO Thomas McCarthy, who will become vice president of finance. Nicoletti joins the company from Alberto-Culver Inc. (NYSE:UN), where he also served as CFO.
Richard Veldran has been promoted to the top finance spot at Dun & Bradstreet Inc. (NYSE:DNB). Veldran has been at the firm since 2003, most recently as chief strategy officer. He succeeds Anastasios Konidaris, who is leaving the company.
Energy-management company Comverge Inc. (NASDAQ:COMV) has named David Mathieson CFO. He takes over from Michael Picchi, who has been promoted to the post of president of Comverge International. Mathieson is a former CFO of RSC Holdings Inc.
Alpine Access Inc. has appointed Robert Pinkerton to head finance. Previously, he was divisional CFO and corporate treasurer of CSG Systems International Inc. (NASDAQ:CSGS).
Robert Raiford has announced his resignation from engineering and project-services provider ENGlobal (NASDAQ:ENG), effective July 8. A search is under way to succeed Raiford, who has been CFO and treasurer since 2001.
Homebuilder Standard Pacific Corp. (NYSE:SPF) has appointed Jeffrey McCall to lead the finance function. He takes over from John Stephens, who is leaving the firm. Formerly, McCall was CFO-Americas at REGUS plc. (RGU).