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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending August 4

Change Healthcare, SeaWorld Entertainment, Duluth Holdings, Benefitfocus, Cubic, Broadwind Energy, Callaway Golf, Mobile Mini, Stamps.com
Joan UrdangAugust 4, 2017
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending August 4

Samuel Hamood has been named to head finance at Change Healthcare, effective Aug. 21, succeeding the retiring Randy Giles. Hamood has held the top finance spot at TransUnion since 2008.

SeaWorld Entertainment has named Marc Swanson interim CFO and interim treasurer, replacing the departing Peter Crage. Swanson has been chief accounting officer since 2012, a position he will keep. He previously served as interim CFO from June 2015 to September 2015.

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Dave Loretta has been chosen to fill the top finance spot at Duluth Holdings (doing business as Duluth Trading Co.). He takes over for Mark DeOrio, who has retired. Loretta joins the men’s and women’s clothier from Nordstrom Bank, where he was president and CFO.

Cloud-based benefits-management software provider Benefitfocus has named Jonathon Dussault finance chief, effective Aug. 14. He formerly was senior finance officer at WEX Health (previously Evolution1).

Samuel Hamood, Change Healthcare

Samuel Hamood, Change Healthcare

Anshooman Aga has joined defense company Cubic as executive vice president, and will take over as head of finance effective Oct. 1. He replaces John Thomas, who will become an executive adviser until his retirement on Oct. 1, 2018. Aga previously led the finance function for AECOM’s design and consulting services business in the Americas.

Broadwind Energy has promoted Jason Bonfigt to CFO and treasurer, effective Aug. 7. He succeeds Stephanie Kushner, who will remain CEO and president of the firm. Bonfigt joined the company as controller in 2008 and was then named general manager of its Badger Transport subsidiary. He was appointed corporate controller and chief accounting officer last August.

Brian Lynch has been named to the top finance spot at Callaway Golf. Lynch, who has been interim CFO since April, will also remain corporate secretary and general counsel.

Mobile Mini, which supplies portable storage solutions, has chosen Van Welch as finance chief, effective Aug. 31. He replaces Mark Funk, who has retired. Welch previously headed finance at Willbros.

Kurtis Binder has been named to lead the finance function at CalAmp. He takes over for Rick Vitelle, who announced in December that he would retire. Binder formerly was CFO at VIZIO.

Stamps.com has promoted Jeff Carberry to the top finance spot. He had been vice president of finance.