Greg Maxwell, CFO and executive vice president of finance at Phillips 66, is retiring at the end of the year. Kevin Mitchell, vice president of investor relations, will replace him on Jan. 1.
Mike Pope has been named to the top finance spot at Shutterfly, succeeding Brian Regan. Previously, Pope headed finance at Clean Power Finance.
Health-care products marketer Prestige Brands Holdings has named David Marberger as its next finance chief. He takes over for Ron Lombardi, who was promoted to president and CEO in June. Most recently, Marberger was CFO at Godiva Chocolatier.
Lindblad Expeditions Holdings has selected John McClain to lead the finance function, effective Nov. 10. He succeeds Ian Rogers, previously CFO and COO, who will remain in the latter position. McClain is a former CFO of The Jones Group.
Tom Berquist has been named to head finance at TIBCO Software, succeeding Jim Johnson. Previously, Berquist was CEO of Saba Software.
CFO Kevin Paprzycki has been promoted to CEO at Westmoreland Coal, effective Jan. 1, replacing the retiring Keith Alessi. Paprzycki started at the company as controller and principal accounting officer in 2006 and was named to his current post in 2008.
William Carter is retiring from the top finance spot at Hexion at the end of the year. George Knight, treasurer and senior vice president of finance at the thermosetting-resins manufacturer, will take over for him on Jan. 1.
Forestar Group has announced that Charles Jehl has been promoted to finance chief, succeeding Christopher Nines at the real estate and natural resources company. Jehl had been executive vice president of oil and gas.
David Mathieson, CFO and vice president of finance at Rogers Corp., is retiring at the end of the year. The company expects to name his replacement soon.
Holding company Argan has named David Watson to head finance. He takes over for board member Cynthia Flanders, who has held the post since late last year. Watson is a former CFO and treasurer of Gladstone Investment and of Gladstone Capital.