MoneyGram International has named James Shields as chief financial officer (CFO).
The company said Shields and chief executive officer (CEO) Pamela Patsley will work from Dallas, but that the company has not yet announced if it is moving its headquarters there. Moneygram has said it may relocate its headquarters to Texas or Colorado.
Shields, most recently the treasurer and senior vice president of finance for Miami-based Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, was previously the treasurer of Dallas-based chemical manufacturer Celanese. He also previously worked as vice president and CFO for consumer markets at Denver-based Qwest Communications International.
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