CFOs on the Move: Week Ending May 6

Anthem, Groupon, Kellogg, Sunoco, MSCI, Arrow Electronics, Vantiv, Stratus Technologies, DDR, AMAG Pharmaceuticals
Joan UrdangMay 6, 2016
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending May 6

Health insurer Anthem has promoted John Gallina to finance chief, effective June 1. Gallina, who takes over for Wayne DeVeydt, currently heads finance for the firm’s commercial and specialty business division

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Mike Randolfi has been appointed to the top finance spot at Groupon, succeeding interim CFO Brian Kayman. Previously, he led the finance function at Orbitz Worldwide.

Kellogg said that CFO Ron Dissinger will retire at the end of the year. The company will conduct internal and external searches for his replacement.

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Thomas Miller has been named to head finance at Sunoco GP LLC, general partner of Sunoco LP. He joins the company from Cleco, where he was CFO and treasurer.

MSCI (formerly Morgan Stanley Capital International) has chosen Kathleen Winters as its next finance chief, replacing the retiring Bob Qutub. Previously, she held the top finance spot in the performance materials and technologies division of Honeywell International.

Chris Stansbury has been promoted to lead the finance function at Arrow Electronics, effective immediately. He takes over for Paul Reilly, who is retiring effective in January of next year. Stansbury had been chief accounting officer at the company.

Payment processor Vantiv has promoted Stephanie Ferris to the top finance spot. She has been deputy CFO since last September.

Christina Clohecy has been named to head finance at Stratus Technologies, succeeding Bob Laufer. Clohecy joins the firm from Airvana, where she was vice president of finance and administration.

Shopping-center owner and manager DDR Corp. said that CFO and treasurer Luke Petherbridge has resigned in order to become president and CEO of real estate investment trust Excel Trust. A search is under way to find his replacement; in the meantime, DDR president and CEO David Oakes will become interim CFO and treasurer.

AMAG Pharmaceuticals has named Edward Myles CFO and treasurer. He is a former CFO and COO of Ocata Therapeutics.