Graham Sadler is the new CFO of BGC Partners, the $1.2 billion interdealer broker based in New York that was formerly part of Cantor Fitzgerald. Sadler succeeds Robert West, CFO since 2007, who plans to pursue other interests. Sadler will oversee BGC's global accounting, controlling and treasury functions, including all financial reporting and budgeting. Before joining BGC, Sadler spent 11 years at Bear Stearns, where he was COO and CFO of Bear Stearns-Europe.

Elizabeth Brumley becomes acting CFO of Bristow Group, the $1 billion Houston-based helicopter service provider. She replaces Perry L. Elders, who is leaving to pursue other business opportunities. Brumley, 50, most recently served as Bristow's chief accounting officer and vice president. She joined the company in November 2005 as controller from Noble Drilling Services, where she had served as controller.

Michael Zugay is CFO and executive vice president of Michael Baker Corp., a $700 million Moon Township, Pa.-based engineering and energy services provider. Zugay, 57, was formerly CFO and senior vice president at iGate Corp., where he oversaw all monetary and administrative functions. Acting CFO since 2007, Craig Stuver will leave the company.

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