MasterCard CFO Named to Unysis Board

Also, new CFO at real estate dot-com, and more.
Ed ZwirnJuly 20, 2001

MasterCard International executive vice president and CFO Denise Fletcher has added another plume to her bonnet: Unisys Corp. has elected the financial executive the 11th member of its board of directors. Fletcher was tapped by MasterCard last September for the CFO post, before that spending five years as CFO of Browne and Company, the financial printer.

(For more on Fletcher and her career, see “Finance Recruiters: All Eyes on the Prize,”) a February, 2001 CFO magazine article which describes how she was lured to her present post.)

  • Brent Stumme has emerged from the merger of San Francisco- based LoopNet and Los Angeles-based, both online commercial real estate listing sites, as vice president and CFO of the combined entity, which will also be called LoopNet. Stumme had been CFO at PropertyFirst. Robert Hull, who had been CFO of LoopNet, is no longer with the company, according to the announcement. Which also named Richard Boyle, former LoopNet CTO, as president and CEO, and former PropertyFirst president and CEO John Standfill and LoopNet CEO Dennis De Andre as co-chairmen of the new company.
  • Stefan J. Dietrich has been promoted to senior vice president and CEO of the Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau. Dietrich, who is also CFO of the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission, joined the Bureau as director of finance and administration in 1997 and made vice president, finance and administration the following year. His resume also includes a stint as vice president of finance for Universal Studios Hollywood Theme Park.
  • Ken Glass, a 27-year veteran with the firm, has been named president and COO of First Tennessee National Corp. and First Tennessee Bank N.A., the firm’s principal banking subsidiary. He started with the firm in 1974 as corporate controller.

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