Financial Executives: Keeping Track

Marc Levine; Ronald Hundzinski; Frederick Boyle; Matthew Hilzinger; Frank Conforti; Christopher Del Moral-Niles

Hewlett-Packard, the $127 billion Palo Alto, Calif., technology company, named Marc Levine controller and senior vice president. He succeeds Jim Murrin, who was appointed general manager and senior vice president for a division of HP Enterprise Services. Levine has been with HP since 1988 and most recently was senior vice president of finance for HP Enterprise Services. Previously, he worked in finance positions in global sales, enterprise solutions, the HP Enterprise business and the company’s Asia-Pacific region.

BorgWarner, a $7.1 billion maker of auto parts, appointed Ronald Hundzinski CFO. He replaces Robin Adams, who was promoted to vice chairman of the board and will continue as chief administrative officer and executive vice president. Hundzinski, 53, most recently was corporate treasurer for the Auburn Hills, Mich., company and previously served as corporate controller and vice president of finance. Earlier, he worked in finance at Emerson Electric, GKN and Meridian Automotive.

Pepco Holdings, a $5.9 billion utility company in Washington, named Frederick Boyle CFO and senior vice president. He succeeds Anthony Kamerick, who will continue as chief regulatory officer and executive vice president until he retires in January. Boyle, 54, most recently served as CFO of Dayton Power and Light. Prior to his time at DPL, he was CFO of Accent Energy, vice president of finance at Direct Energy and vice president of financial services, among other finance roles, at American Electric Power.

USG Corp., a $4.1 billion Chicago-based building products company, appointed Matthew Hilzinger CFO and executive vice president. He replaces Richard Fleming, who will retire later this year. Hilzinger, 48, has been CFO and senior vice president of Exelon Corp. since 2008 and joined the company as controller in 2002. Earlier, he was controller, assistant treasurer and divisional vice president of logistics finance and planning for Kmart Corp. and worked in finance at Handleman Co.

Urban Outfitters, the $2.5 billion apparel and décor retailer, named Frank Conforti CFO. He succeeds Eric Artz, who accepted the CFO position at outdoor gear company Recreational Equipment, Inc. Conforti, 36, most recently was chief accounting officer for the Philadelphia-based company, and previously served as its controller and director of finance and SEC reporting. Prior to joining Urban Outfitters in 2007, he was controller at AlliedBarton Security Services. Conforti started his career with KPMG in 1998.

Associated Banc-Corp, the $1 billion holding company for Associated Bank, appointed Christopher Del Moral-Niles CFO. He replaces Joe Selnar, who will retire. Niles, 41, joined the Green Bay, Wis., company in 2010 as corporate treasurer and executive vice president and was named deputy chief financial officer in 2011. Earlier, Del Moral-Niles served as corporate treasurer at First American Corp., divisional president at First American Trust and director of liability management and senior vice president at Union Bank.



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