Manik Jhangiani has been promoted to the top finance spot at Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc., effective November 1. Jhangiani, who takes over from Bill Douglas, is now vice president, European finance.
National Financial Partners has promoted Brett Schneider to head finance. Schneider, who has been at the firm since 2003, had been controller.
Robert Landry has been named senior vice president, finance, at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. and will become CFO on October 1. He will replace Murray Goldberg, who will become senior vice president, administration, before he retires next year. Previously, Landry was treasurer of Pfizer Inc.
Retailer Tuesday Morning Corp. has named Jeffrey Boyer CFO and chief administrative officer. He succeeds Stephanie Bowman, who will stay on as a consultant to aid in the transition. Most recently, Boyer was chief operating officer of 24 Hour Fitness Worldwide.
Staar Surgical Co. has appointed Stephen Brown to head finance. He replaces Deborah Andrews, who will become chief accounting officer. Brown comes to Staar, which develops, manufactures, and markets implantable lenses for the eye, from Bausch & Lomb Surgical, where he was vice president, global finance.
Michael Larsen has been selected finance chief at Illinois Tool Works Inc. He is a former president, CEO, and CFO of Gardner Denver Inc.
E. Kevin Bethel, chief accounting officer at holding company NV Energy Inc., has been named to lead the finance function. He takes over from Jonathan Halkyard, who is leaving the company.
Graphite- and carbon-based products manufacturer GrafTech International Ltd. has chosen Erick Asmussen to be its next finance chief. Previously, he was vice president of strategy, planning, and corporate development at the firm.
Thor Industries Inc., a manufacturer of recreational vehicles, has promoted Colleen Zuhl to the top finance spot, effective October 1. She succeeds Dominic Romeo, who will become a consultant to the company. Zuhl has been at Thor since 2011, and has been corporate controller and, from October 2012 through February 2013, interim CFO.
Anthony Dias has been named CFO and treasurer at SeaChange International. He has been interim CFO at the multiscreen video software company since Michael Bornak resigned in May.