CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 25

Molson Coors Brewing, DSW, WCA Waste, Entercom Communications, Drew Industries, Selective Insurance Group, Black Box, Actuant, Oaktree Capital Group
Joan UrdangNovember 23, 2016
CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Nov. 25

Molson Coors Brewing has named Tracey Joubert to head finance. She takes over for Mauricio Restrepo, who has resigned. Joubert has been finance chief of the firm’s U.S. division since 2012.


Dianna Cervantes

Retailer DSW has promoted Jared Poff to the top finance spot. He has been at the company since 2015 and has been interim CFO and senior vice president, finance, since June.

WCA Waste has named Dianna Cervantes to lead the finance function. Most recently, she was chief accounting officer at Rockwater Energy Solutions.

Radio-broadcasting company Entercom Communications has said that CFO Steve Fisher will leave his post on Feb. 28 and will become a consultant to the firm. A search is under way for a replacement for Fisher, who has headed finance since 1998.

Brian Hall has been promoted to finance chief at Drew Industries, which supplies components for recreational vehicles. Previously corporate controller, Hall has been interim CFO since September.

Selective Insurance Group has named Mark Wilcox to lead the finance function, effective Jan. 1. He takes over for Dale Thatcher, who retired in September. Wilcox will join the firm from RenaissanceRe Holdings, where he is now chief accounting officer and corporate controller.

Tracey Joubert -- Molson

Tracey Joubert

Technology firm Black Box has chosen Anthony Massetti to fill the roles of CFO and treasurer. He formerly headed finance at Avaya, NCR, and QLogic.

Rentech has promoted Paul Summers to the top finance spot. Summers, who had been treasurer, succeeds the departing Jeffrey Spain.

Industrial firm Actuant has named Rick Dillon to head finance, replacing Andrew Lampereur. He will join the company on Dec. 5 and take over his new post on Dec. 22. Dillon now leads the finance function at Century Aluminum.

David Kirchheimer plans to retire as finance chief of Oaktree Capital Group on March 31, upon which time he will become an advisory partner at the company. Daniel Levin, head of corporate finance, managing director, and chief product officer, will take over for him on April 1.