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.