AIG, the $77.3 billion international insurer, named Brian Schreiber, its executive vice president of treasury and capital markets, to the additional role of treasurer. He succeeds Robert Gender, who is leaving AIG after 13 years to pursue other endeavors. Schreiber, 46, joined AIG in 1997 as a portfolio manager in the company’s asset management group. He served as vice president of strategic planning and senior vice president before his 2010 promotion to executive vice president of treasury and capital markets.
CDI Corp., a $926 million technology outsourcing and staffing provider, named Robert Larney CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Mark Kerschner, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. Larney, 60, joins Philadelphia-based CDI from Tekni-Plex, where he was CFO and senior vice president. Earlier, he served as CFO at Rieter Automotive Systems, Foamex International and Lutron Electronics. Larney has also held accounting, commercial finance and treasury positions at RCA Corp., FMC and Ingersoll-Rand.
E.W. Scripps, the $777 million Cincinnati-based media company, named Timothy Wesolowski CFO and treasurer. He succeeds Tim Stautberg, who was named senior vice president of newspapers for Scripps in June. Wesolowski, 53, joins Scripps from Convergys Corp., where he most recently was CFO. In six years at Convergys, he also served as treasurer and senior vice president of finance and controller. Earlier, Wesolowski worked in finance at Ameron International, Valspar Corp. and Ecolab Corp.
VHA, a $636 million network of not-for-profit healthcare organizations, named Peter Csapo CFO. He succeeds interim CFO Byron Jobe, who will remain with VHA as executive vice president of its service and delivery organization. Csapo, 40, joins Irving, Texas-based VHA after 13 years at McKesson Corp., where he most recently was CFO and vice president of customer operations for McKesson Health Solutions. Earlier, he worked at Honeywell International and Sears Roebuck.
Benihana, the $327 million chain of casual dining restaurants, named David Flanery CFO. He succeeds interim CFO Gene Baldwin, who left to pursue other endeavors. Flanery, 54, emerged from retirement to join the Miami-based company. He spent 17 years at restaurant chain Papa John’s International and served as its CFO from 2004 until this May. Earlier, Flanery was a senior manager at Ernst & Young.
Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, the $230 million media and merchandising company, named Ken West CFO. He succeeds Allison Jacques, who will continue at the New York City-based company as senior vice president and controller. West, 53, served as CFO and executive vice president of Marvel Entertainment since 2002. Earlier, he was CFO at two other privately held companies and spent 15 years in the audit division at Ernst & Young.