Today’s CFOs on the Move gets really busy; Alan Bozian makes a smart move; more.
Lisa YoonDecember 4, 2000
  • Alan Bozian will be working banker’s hours soon. He resigned as CFO of E- commerce service provider SmartServ Online Inc. to join Safra National Bank of New York, where he will be senior executive VP, CFO, and global treasurer. Stamford, Conn.- based SmartServ has launched a search for his replacement.
  • Robert Bowen is no longer on the Case. The former CFO of the European division of agricultural-equipment maker Case Corp. was named CFO of Boxborough, Mass.- based Cytyc Corp. Cytyc makes medical diagnostic applications.
  • Talk About Busy: Internet-based digital-imagery company Inc. said late Friday that its chairman and CEO, CFO, and SVP of strategic planning resigned effective November 27. The company gave no reasons for the departures of CFO Mark B. Leffers, chairman and CEO Patrick A. Grotto, and SVP Catherine Michela. Leffers made $188,000 as CFO last year. The Los Angeles-based said COO Robert Sherman will step in as interim CFO. VP and general counsel Jon M. Bloodworth will take over the duties chairman and CEO for the time.
  • Welcome Home: Home builder Centex Homes named Andy Kerner as SVP and CFO. Kerner joins the Dallas-based firm from ViaLink Co., where he held the same positions.
  • Technically, Todd Stottlemyer is still executive VP and CFO and chief administrative officer of technical services firm BTG Inc. But the Fairfax, Va.- based company said Stottlemyer, who made $343,000 in FY00, is stepping down as of December 31. Group VP of finance Tom Weston will succeed him.