New York Life, the $24 billion mutual life insurance company, appointed John Fleurant deputy CFO, a new position for the company. He will retain his current roles as senior vice president of finance and controller. Fleurant, 50, pictured at right, joined New York Life in 2010 from Prudential Financial, where he was controller and earlier served as CFO for domestic businesses. Prior to Prudential, he was a senior manager at Deloitte & Touche for nine years.
California Public Employees’ Retirement System (Calpers), the $2 billion public pension fund with $243 billion in assets, named Cheryl Eason CFO, a new position for the fund. Eason, at left, most recently served as vice president of financial and plan board services at British Columbia Pension Corp. She has more than 25 years of financial management experience in the public and private sectors.
AllScripts, the $1.4 billion Chicago-based electronic health record company, appointed Richard Poulton CFO. He succeeds interim CFO David Morgan, who will resume his role as senior vice president of finance. Poulton, 47, most recently served as CFO and treasurer at AAR Corp. Earlier, he spent 10 years at UAL in positions including senior vice president of business development and CFO and president of Loyalty Services, a subsidiary of the company.
Mack-Cali Realty Corp., a $724 million real estate investment trust, appointed it senior vice president of finance, Anthony Krug, as chief accounting officer. Krug, 55, pictured at right, has worked at the Edison, N.J.-based company for 25 years in positions including controller and vice president of finance. As chief accounting officer, he will be responsible for Mack-Cali’s corporate consolidation, financial accounting, financial compliance, accounting integration of mergers and acquisitions and financial reporting.
ERA Group, a helicopter services provider with $258 million in revenue that is a subsidiary of SEACOR, named Christopher Bradshaw CFO and executive vice president. Bradshaw most recently served as CFO and managing partner at U.S. Capital Advisors, a financial advisory firm he co-founded. Earlier, he worked in energy investment banking at UBS, Morgan Stanley and PaineWebber.