Mark Erceg has been named to lead the finance function at Tiffany & Co., effective Oct. 18. He has been finance chief at Canadian Pacific Railway since May of last year.
Lending Club has chosen Thomas Casey to fill the top finance spot. He takes over for interim CFO Brad Coleman, who will stay on as corporate controller and principal accounting officer. Most recently, Casey was CFO at Acelity and is the former finance chief of Washington Mutual.
Frontier Communications has appointed R. Perley McBride as its next finance chief, succeeding John Jureller. McBride had headed finance at Cable & Wireless Communications until it was acquired by Liberty Global in May.
Stephen Webber has been named executive vice president of Cynosure, effective Oct. 10, and will become CFO and chief accounting officer after the company files its Form 10-Q for the quarter ended Sept. 30. He replaces Timothy Baker, who is retiring from the developer and marketer of aesthetic treatment systems. Previously, Webber led the finance function at Virtustream.
Martin Agard has been appointed to fill the top finance spot at Lumber Liquidators. He takes over for interim CFO Greg Whirley, who will stay on as senior vice president, finance. Most recently, Agard headed finance at Kohler.
Tower International, a manufacturer of engineered structural metal components for the automotive industry, has promoted corporate controller Jeffrey Kersten to finance chief. He succeeds James Gouin, who has been promoted to president and will also become CEO, effective Jan. 1.
Over-the-counter health-care products marketer Prestige Brands Holdings has named Christine Sacco CFO. She formerly led the finance function at Boulder Brands.
Amkor Technology has promoted Megan Faust to the top finance spot, replacing Joanne Solomon. Faust has been at the firm since 2005 and has been corporate controller since 2013.