CFOs on the Move: Week Ended Feb. 13

Newell Rubbermaid, Pitney Bowes, Arctic Cat, Cablevision Systems, TV Guide, Equity One, Aeropostale, Ash Grove Cement, The Krystal Co., Rex Energy
Joan UrdangFebruary 13, 2015
CFOs on the Move: Week Ended Feb. 13

Newell Rubbermaid has promoted John Stipancich to lead the finance function. Stipancich, who joined the company in 2004, had been corporate secretary and general counsel, as well as executive leader of the firm’s operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He also had served as interim CFO since August.


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CFO Michael Monahan will add to his responsibilities at Pitney Bowes: he has also been appointed chief operating officer, effective immediately. Monahan joined the company in 1988 and has held the top finance spot since 2008.

All-terrain vehicle designer and manufacturer Arctic Cat has selected Christopher Eperjesy to lead the finance function. He replaces Timothy Delmore, who retired in December. Most recently, Eperjesy was CFO, vice president of finance and treasurer at Twin Disc.

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Brian Sweeney, president of Cablevision Systems, will take on the added role of finance chief, effective March 1. He replaces Gregg Seibert, who will remain vice chairman of the company.

TV Guide Magazine has promoted Joe Clemente to head finance. Clemente started at the company as director of finance planning and analysis in 2010 and was named vice president of business planning in 2013.

Equity One, which owns, develops and operates shopping centers, has appointed Matthew Ostrower to the top finance spot. The company expects him to join the firm as executive vice president next month, and then take over for CFO Mark Langer later in the spring. Previously, Ostrower was managing director and associate director of research in the European research department at Morgan Stanley.

Retailer Aeropostale has promoted finance chief Marc Miller to a new post as chief operating officer. David Dick, formerly CFO and treasurer of retailer dELIA*s, will succeed him, effective Feb. 17.

Ash Grove Cement has named David Meyer to head finance. He joins the firm from dairy cooperative Dairy Farmers of America, where he was senior vice president – finance.

Fast-food restaurant chain The Krystal Co. has chosen Carl Jakaitis as its next finance chief. Previously, he led the finance function at the McAlister’s Deli chain.

Rex Energy has named Thomas Rajan to the top finance spot. He is a former managing partner of High View Energy.

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