CFOs On the Move: Week Ending August 26

Dollar Tree, Kellogg Company, Treasury Prime, Credit Suisse, Density, Interos, Westwood, SPB Hospitality
Lauren MuskettAugust 26, 2022

  Jeffrey Davis

Jeffrey Davis | Dollar Tree

Jeffrey Davis is joining Dollar Tree as its new CFO. Davis was most recently chief financial officer of Qurate Retail Group, a retailer and media conglomerate comprising seven retail brands including QVC, HSN, and Zulily. He earlier worked at Walmart for nine years, serving as treasurer of Walmart Stores and senior vice president of finance and strategy and chief financial officer for Walmart’s U.S. segment. Davis previously held CFO roles at J.C. Penney and Darden Restaurants. Davis replaces Kevin Wampler, who is expected to stay with the company as an adviser until April 2023.

Dave McKinstray | Kellogg Company

Kellogg Company named Dave McKinstray chief financial officer of North America Cereal, a spinoff of its cereal business. McKinstray has worked at the food manufacturing company for almost 15 years and has held multiple operating CFO roles. He was previously CFO of the company’s U.S. snacks business and CFO of U.S. retail sales before moving into the role of vice president of integrated business planning. 

  Meghan Ryan

Meghan Ryan | Treasury Prime

Banking-as-a-service company Treasury Prime hired Meghan Ryan as chief financial officer. Ryan was previously CFO of buy-now-pay-later platform Affirm’s Canadian business. Before that, she spent six years at Goldman Sachs, where she held advisory and investing roles in the investment bank and merchant bank. Ryan started her career in public accounting as part of Deloitte’s financial advisory practice.  

Dixit Joshi | Credit Suisse

Dixit Joshi will take over as CFO of Credit Suisse on October 1. For the past five years, Joshi was group treasurer at Deutsche Bank. Before that, he held senior roles at Barclays Capital. He started his career at Credit Suisse in 1995 as a managing director. Joshi replaces David Mathers, who is stepping down after more than 11 years as CFO. 

  Ori Franco

Ori Franco | Density

Density, a developer of AI-powered sensors to track occupancy, named Ori Franco as its first CFO. Franco was most recently chief financial officer at telehealth company Nurx. Before that, he was vice president of finance at fleet management technology company KeepTruckin. He earlier spent a decade in energy, including six years at Sunrun, where he led the financing of $2.25 billion in residential solar assets.

Aida Sukys | Interos

Aida Sukys was named finance chief of AI technology company Interos. Sukys joins Interos from human resources technology company Justworks. She was previously the group CFO and global head of financial business services at Willis Towers Watson. During her 30-year tenure there, she led efforts to scale the business through strategic acquisitions and organic growth, and closely supported the company’s evolution from a private to a public organization. 

  Jenn Bradbury

Jenn Bradbury | Westwood

Jenn Bradbury was appointed CFO of civil engineering firm Westwood. She was most recently senior vice president, cement division at building materials manufacturer Eagle Materials. Before that, she worked at construction materials company Summit Materials for 10 years, most recently as CFO of its cement division. Bradbury succeeds Steve Paradise, who is retiring.

Jessica Hagler | SPB Hospitality

Jessica Hagler was promoted to CFO of SPB Hospitality. Hagler has been interim chief financial officer of the restaurant operator and franchiser since April. Earlier, she was vice president, chief financial officer, treasurer, and secretary of restaurant chain J. Alexander’s until its acquisition by SPB Hospitality in September 2021. Hagler had held various roles at J. Alexander’s including vice president, controller and chief accounting officer, director of financial reporting, and director of compliance.

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