Andrew (AJ) Cederoth has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO) of Navistar International, a specialised vehicle manufacturer. He has served as senior vice president, corporate finance and principal financial officer for Navistar since last June following the death of Navistar’s former CFO Terry Endsley.
Cederoth has a broad financial background with Navistar that includes financial leadership positions in both manufacturing and financial services. Prior to being named principal financial officer, he had served for three years as vice president of finance and CFO of Navistar’s engine group and four years as vice president, treasurer and principal financial officer of Navistar Financial Corporation, the financial services subsidiary of Navistar.
Cederoth joined Navistar in 1990 and has held various financial positions including strategic planning manager of the engine group and manufacturing controller of the Melrose Park Engine Plant before joining the corporate treasury team as director of corporate finance in 1999.
In addition to receiving his BA degree in economics and mathematics from the University of Illinois, he earned an MBA in accounting and finance from DePaul University.
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