Everest Re Group, a Bermuda-based reinsurer with $3.5 billion in 2008 revenue, has named Dominic Addesso CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Craig Eisenacher, who plans to retire. Addesso, 55, most recently was president of the regional clients division at Munich Re America and earlier served as CFO of Selective Insurance Group.

Trinity Industries, a Dallas, Texas-based company with industrial, energy, transportation and construction businesses that had $3.8 billion of 2008 revenue, has named Mary Henderson corporate controller. She succeeds Charles Michel, who left the company in late February. Henderson, 50, has served as acting controller since Michel's departure. She joined Trinity in 2003 as director of financial reporting and was named assistant controller in 2005. Before joining Trinity, she was corporate controller at Centex HomeTeam Services.

Comverse Technology, a New York provider of telecommunications software that is still struggling to recover from stock option backdating charges in 2006, has appointed Steve Swad CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Joseph Chinnici, CFO since last June, who has left the company. Swad, 47, was CFO of Fannie Mae from 2007 to 2008 and earlier served as CFO of AOL.

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