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CFOs on the Move: Week Ending October 2

Innophos Holdings, Hanover Real Estate Partners, Arbinet, Aegis Living, Information Services Group, WideOrbit, Hodes Weill & Associates, Teleflex.
Joan UrdangOctober 2, 2009

Neil Salmon has been elected to head finance at specialty phosphate producer Innophos Holdings Inc. Previously, he was CFO of the Adhesives Business Group at Imperial Chemical Industries PLC.

Hanover Real Estate Partners has named Romano Orlando to lead the finance function. He comes to Hanover from Wittek Development LLC, where he was finance manager.

Gary Brandt will be the new CFO at Arbinet Corp., a provider of voice and IP solutions. He takes over from John Wynne, who is stepping down from the position. Brandt comes to the company from Stirling Power LLC, where he was CEO.

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Retirement and assisted-living provider Aegis Living has appointed David Eskenazy to head finance. He is a former chief operating officer and chief investment officer at Investco Financial Corp.

Information Services Group Inc. has named David Berger to the top finance spot, replacing Frank Martell, who is relocating. Berger comes to the company from The Nielsen Co., where he was senior vice president, corporate controller and investor relations.

Margaret McCarthy has been named CFO at WideOrbit Inc., a provider of business-management software for media companies. Previously, she headed finance at Red Condor Inc.

Global advisory and investor Hodes Weill & Associates has appointed Robert Levinson principal, CFO, and chief administrative officer. He is a former CFO of Coventry Real Estate Advisors LLC.

Kevin Gordon is resigning from the top finance spot at Teleflex Inc., effective January 15, 2010. A search is under way to replace Gordon, who is leaving for personal reasons.