He comes to Fifth Third from Bank of America, where he was on the management operating committee and worked as a senior executive for the company’s global consumer and small business segment. Prior to that, he was responsible for the daily operation for Bank of America’s more than 6,000 banking centers.
Previously, he was the CFO for Bank of America’s consumer products businesses. He began his career at Bank of America in 2001 as CFO of technology and operations, global treasury and e-commerce. In 2002 he was named chief operations officer for technology and operations while retaining his finance responsibilities.
Before joining Bank of America, Marshall also worked in senior level positions at Honeywell International and AlliedSignal Technology Services Corp.
“We are excited to have Chris join Fifth Third given his banking experience, leadership capabilities and broad business background having served as a CFO in a number of businesses,” says George A. Schaefer Jr., president and CEO.
Marshall serves on the advisory board of Falfurrias Capital Partners, and is a member of the board of trustees for Charlotte’s Mint Museum. He earned a bachelor of arts degree in business administration from the University of Florida and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
“I am confident that Fifth Third is well-positioned to build on its history as one of the country’s most admired regional banks,” Marshall says. “I am honored and excited to be part of the leadership team that will make that happen.”
TOUCHSTONE INVESTMENTS INC.
Touchstone Investments Inc. named Kevin C. Millsom vice president, institutional business development.
He joins the company as a result of the firm’s acquisition of the Constellation Funds Group. He has more than 10 years of experience in investment marketing and sales. With Constellation Funds, he was director of business development. Previously, he held senior level investment marketing positions at Old Mutual Asset management and United Asset Management Corp.
THE PROCTER & GAMBLE CO.
The Procter & Gamble Co. made several management changes.
Bruce L. Byrnes assumed responsibilities for the baby care, family care, and pet health and nutrition businesses in addition to his position as vice chair of the board, P&G household care.
In another move, Robert A. Steele was named group president household care. He previously was group president, North America market development organization.
Additionally, Susan E. Arnold assumed responsibilities for the oral care, personal health and pharmaceutical businesses. She was also named vice chair-P&G health and beauty.
Lastly, Edward D. Shirley was named group president-North America market development organization. He previously worked as president-commercial operations, international-Gillette.
CINCINNATI PUBLIC RADIO
Cincinnati Public Radio Inc. named Barry Weinstein chief financial officer.
He joins the company after a long career with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and CMC Mortgage Services. At Cincinnati Children’s, he worked in various administrative capacities, including chief operating officer and executive vice president. He has worked as vice president of CMC Mortgage Services since 2001, providing funding services for health care facilities.
He is a CPA and earned a bachelor of arts degree and an MBA from the University of Cincinnati. Additionally, he is active with the Ronald McDonald House of Greater Cincinnati and the Health Improvement Collaborative of Greater Cincinnati.
Douglas M. Spak joined Red as chief marketing officer.
He most recently worked as senior vice president-sales and marketing at CoActive Marketing Group, Cincinnati. Before that, he was president of the Local Marketing Corp., a division of the Grey Global Group. He has also held executive posts with Well Rich Greene Advertising and Foote Cone & Belding in New York.
THE E.W. SCRIPPS CO.
The E.W. Scripps Co. named Sameer Deen vice president, corporate development for the interactive media division.
For the past five years he was in the New York office of NBC Universal, where he was director, new media. While at NBC Universal, he also worked as director of financial and strategic planning for Universal Television Networks and senior analyst, business development, for USA Cable.
CHIQUITA BRANDS INTERNATIONAL
James E. Thompson joined Chiquita Brands International as senior vice president and chief compliance officer. He also succeeded Robert W. Olson as general counsel and secretary following his retirement.
He most recently worked as group president, general counsel and secretary at McLeodUSA Inc. Prior to that, he worked as director and associate general counsel for the international legal department at Alticor Inc.
NATIONAL CITY CORP.
National City Corp. awarded Pam Ronnau The Excel Award, the highest honor that a National City employee can receive.
She was awarded in the category “Operating Effectively and Efficiently.” She works as a vice president with the Cincinnati wholesale team, and she received the award for her standard of excellence, which demonstrated the company’s management principles and brand promise.
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