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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 25

EQT, Open Systems Technologies, Myers Industries, General Cable, Francesca’s Holdings, Chart Industries, FARO Technologies, Sanchez Energy
Joan UrdangMarch 25, 2016
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending March 25

Energy firm EQT Corp. has named Robert McNally to the top finance spot, and he will hold the same post at EQT GP Holdings and EQT Midstream Partners. McNally replaces Phillip Conti, who will serve as principal financial officer through the company’s filing of its first-quarter 2016 results, and then will become senior vice president, special projects. McNally joins EQT from Precision Drilling in Calgary, where he also led the finance function.

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Kevin Seltzer

Open Systems Technologies has appointed Kevin Seltzer to head finance. He comes to the staffing company from B2B CFO, where he was a partner.

Greggory Branning, CFO and corporate secretary of Myers Industries, has left the firm. Controller Kevin Brackman will become interim CFO at the polymer-products manufacturer while it conducts a search for Branning’s successor.

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Coal supplier Alpha Natural Resources has named Andy Eidson to the top finance spot, in addition to his current post as senior vice president for strategy and business development. In his new role, Eidson, who started at the company in 2010 as vice president of mergers and acquisitions, will take over for Phillip Cavatoni, who has resigned.

CFO Brian Robinson will leave General Cable, which designs, manufactures, and distributes wire and cable products, after a transition period with his replacement. A search for his successor is under way.

Retailer Francesca’s Holdings has chosen Kelly Dilts to lead the finance function, effective next month. She is now senior vice president of finance and investor relations at Tailored Brands, formerly Men’s Wearhouse.

Chart Industries has promoted Kenneth Webster to the top finance spot, effective April 15. He takes over for Michael Biehl, who, as previously reported, will become finance chief of Fairmount Santrol. Webster joined Chart, which manufactures equipment for the industrial gas, biomedical, and energy industries, in 2006 and is now chief accounting officer and controller.

Laura Murphy-Wolf has resigned as finance chief of FARO Technologies, and her successor will be named once a new CEO is in place. Until then, corporate controller Janet D’Anjou will become interim principal accounting officer, and Robert Seidel, vice president, finance and investor relations, will become interim principal financial officer.

Sanchez Energy Corp. has appointed Garrick Hill interim co-CFO. He replaces Gleeson Van Riet, who has resigned, effective March 30. Hill had been senior vice president of investor relations for Sanchez Production Partners LP, as well as treasurer and assistant secretary of that company’s general partner, Sanchez Production Partners GP LLC.