La-Z-Boy has named Greg Brinks has been named vice president and treasurer. Brinks will report to Mike Riccio, senior vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), and succeeds Michael Skrzypcazk, who left the company in February.
Brinks will have responsibility for all treasury functions, including cash management, credit and collections, and banking relationships. He will also have responsibility for directing the company’s risk management and insurance programmes, and will work with Riccio in negotiating and structuring financing transactions and agreements.
Brinks began his career at General Motors Corporation in 1981, working in various capacities of increasing importance. Most recently, he served as executive director, international securitisation at GMAC, and prior to that was director, financial planning and analysis of GMAC. Brinks also served as director, Latin American Treasury Centre at GMAC as well as director, Latin American Operations, and director, European Treasury Centre, in Brussels, Belgium.
Brinks holds an MBA from Harvard University, a certificate in Banking from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the University of Delaware, an MSc from the University of Wisconsin and a BA degree from Calvin College.
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