Food production and distribution company Del Monte has hired Jim Caltabiano as its new CFO. He joins from Tokyo-based food supplier Ajinomoto Foods North America, where he served as CFO as well. Prior to his position at Ajinomoto, Caltabiano was CFO for Campbell Soup’s Campbell Fresh sector, and a senior director of business planning at Whirlpool. Between two separate time periods, Caltabiano put in over a decade of experience working for Campbell. Caltabiano’s career spans nearly thirty years across large consumer packaged goods companies.
Media conglomerate The New York Times has announced the imminent departure of its CFO, Roland A. Caputo. The executive vice president and CFO plans on retiring in 2023, according to the newspaper, who in response has brought on a leading executive search firm to find his replacement. After more than 30 years with the publishing company, Caputo will stay in his position until a new finance chief is brought on. Roland has served as the CFO since 2018.
Ascent Solar Technologies has brought on Paul Warley Jr. as its new CFO. He previously was founder and president at Warley & Company LLC, a provider of executive management services, capital advisory, and M&A to middle-market companies. Between 2018 and 2019, Warley was CEO and CFO of 360 Imaging, a provider for the implant and digital dentistry industry. Warley brings to Ascent Solar extensive experience in corporate turnarounds, restructuring, and cross-border trade.
Xeros has announced the departure of its CFO Paul Denney. After holding the position since October 2016, Denney will leave on February 28, 2023. Prior to his time at Xeros, Denney served six years as director of M&A at Callcredit Information Group. He held a similar role for nearly nine years prior to that as head of M&A and corporate strategy for Experian.
Daryl Bible is the new CFO of M&T Bank. Taking over in the second quarter of next year, Bible comes from a nearly 15-year tenure at Truist, where he served as executive vice president and CFO. Bible was the CFO of BB&T for nearly a decade prior to the company’s merger with SunTrust, which created Truist. He also worked as a corporate treasurer at U.S. Bank for nearly 25 years prior to joining BB&T.
After losing their previous CFO in June to the Obama Foundation, Cook County, Illinois, is set to welcome Tanya Anthony into the role. The former budget director and chief administration officer has been with Illinois’ largest county for more than seven and a half years. Anthony’s career in the Chicago public sector is extensive, with nearly nine years as chief administration officer and budget director of the Chicago Parks Department, two years at the Chicago Fire Department as assistant director of finance, and as a budget analyst for the city of Chicago for four years.
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company has promoted its vice president, finance, and treasurer Christina Zammaro to the CFO chair. Zammaro has been with the company since 2007. Prior to her fifteen years at Goodyear, she served as a treasury associate for the Ford Motor Company. Darren Wells, the former CFO, has earned a promotion as well to executive vice president and chief administrative officer. Both promotions will be effective on New Year’s Day.