Pacific Life Insurance Co., a $7.7 billion provider of life insurance, annuities and mutual funds, named Tom Gibbons senior vice president in charge of the company’s corporate treasury, tax and enterprise consulting units and Joseph Krum treasurer and vice president. Krum succeeds Denis Kalscheur, who will become CEO of Aviation Capital Group, a subsidiary of Pacific Life. Gibbons, 50, pictured at right, joined Pacific in 2004 as vice president of tax. Later, he was promoted to his most recent role as senior vice president. Earlier, Gibbons served as a tax partner at Deloitte & Touche and as tax director for insurance at GE Capital. Krum, 47, had led the company’s strategic planning and development department since 2005, after joining Pacific Life in 2001 as co-managing director of Pacific Asset Funding.
Joy Global, a $4.4 billion manufacturer of mining equipment, hired James Sullivan as executive vice president and said he will succeed Michael Olsen as CFO once the company completes its fiscal 2012 financial reporting in December. Olsen, the Milwaukee-based company’s CFO since 2008, plans to retire in February. Sullivan, 52, was CFO of Solutia from 2004 until July, when the company was acquired by Eastman Chemical. He also served as Solution’s treasurer from 2004 to 2011, and had been its controller from 1994 through 2004.
FMC Corp., a Philadelphia-based chemical company with $3.4 billion in 2011 revenue, named Paul Graves CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Kim Foster, who will retire at the end of the year. Graves, 41, at left, was previously a partner at Goldman Sachs. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs in 2000, he was an investment banker at ING Barings and J. Henry Schroder in London and an internal auditor at British Sky Broadcasting Group. He started his career at Ernst & Young.
Haynes International, a $542 million manufacturer and marketer of high-performance alloys in Kokomo, Ind., named Daniel Maudlin CFO and vice president of finance. He succeeds Marcel Martin, who will retire in November. Maudlin, 46, has served as Haynes’ controller and chief accounting officer since 2004. Earlier, he was corporate controller at Jordan Specialty Plastics and group controller at Heritage Environmental Services.
Eddie Bauer, the $752 million outdoor clothing brand, appointed Daniel Templin CFO and COO. He succeeds Marv Toland, who will become senior vice president direct, overseeing the company’s e-commerce and catalog businesses. Templin, 55, recently served as CFO at VF Outdoor. Previously he held senior roles at LVMH Moet Hennessy, Louis Vuitton and Nabisco Brands International.
AOL, the $2.2 billion Internet company in New York City, appointed Karen Dykstra CFO. Dykstra, who had been a member of AOL’s board and chair of the board’s audit and finance committee, succeeds Artie Minson, who was promoted to COO. Dykstra, 53, at right, previously was a partner at Plainfield Asset Management, a hedge fund, and also served as COO and CFO of its direct lending and investment unit, Plainfield Direct. Earlier, she was CFO at Automatic Data Processing.