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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 13

WEX, PG&E, Monster, JM Family Enterprises, Analogic, Brookdale Senior Living, PowerSecure, Sterling Construction, A-Mark Precious Metals, Dana Holding
Joan UrdangNovember 13, 2015
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 13

Corporate payment processing provider WEX has named Roberto Simon to fill the top finance spot in February. He replaces Steve Elder, who will become senior vice president of investor relations, a newly created position. Most recently, Simon headed finance at Revlon.

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Jason Wells has been selected to lead the finance function at PG&E Corp., effective Jan. 1. He will take over for Kent Harvey, who plans to retire during the first half of the year and will become senior vice president of finance after Jan. 1. Wells is now vice president of business finance for subsidiary Pacific Gas and Electric Co.

Monster Worldwide has announced that finance chief James Langrock has resigned. He will be succeeded by Michael McGuinness, who has been chief accounting officer and global controller since 2012.

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Automotive firm JM Family Enterprises has promoted Ron Coombs to the top finance spot. Coombs has been at the company since 1999 and has been chief operating officer of subsidiary JM&A Group for the past seven years.

Mark Frost has been named CFO and treasurer at Analogic, effective Nov. 30. Most recently, he was finance chief at AngioDynamics.

Brookdale Senior Living has appointed Lucinda Baier to lead the finance function, effective Dec. 1. She takes over for Mark Ohlendorf, who will keep his other title as president. Formerly, Baier headed finance at Navigant Consulting.

Eric Dupont has been promoted to CFO at PowerSecure International. He replaces CFO and Chris Hutter, who will retain his chief operating officer title. Dupont had been executive vice president of finance and administration.

Sterling Construction has named Ronald Ballschmiede to the top finance spot. He succeeds interim CFO Kevan Blair, who will return to his former post, senior vice president of corporate finance. Previously, Ballschmiede was finance chief at Chicago Bridge & Iron.

Cary Dickson has been chosen to lead the finance function at A-Mark Precious Metals. He is a former CFO and vice president of finance at Mattel Foundation.

Dana Holding Corp. has named chief accounting officer Rodney Filcek interim CFO, effective Dec. 1. He takes over for William Quigley, who is retiring from that post at the end of the month and will stay on as an adviser through March.