PulteGroup, a US home building company, has named Robert O’Shaughnessy as executive vice president (EVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). O’Shaughnessy will report directly to Richard Dugas, Jr, chairman, president and chief executive officer (CEO), and will be responsible for the corporate accounting, treasury, tax, investor relations, audit, information technology and asset management functions including the mortgage and title company.
O’Shaughnessy joins from Penske Automotive Group, where he had served as EVP and CFO since 2007, leading a global team of about 1,000 professionals. He had held a number of financial roles with increasing responsibility at the firm since 1997, including senior vice president and controller. O’Shaughnessy earned a BS in Accounting from Lehigh University. He began his career in the New York office of Ernst & Young.
O’Shaughnessy will start on 31 May, assuming the CFO position from Roger Cregg, who earlier this year announced his plans to retire.
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