Asbury Automotive Group, a large automotive retail and service company in the US, has named Scott Krenz as senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). Krenz will succeed Craig Monaghan, who in February accepted the position of president and chief executive officer (CEO) at Asbury.
Krenz was most recently executive vice president (EVP) and CFO at Heidrick & Struggles, a US$600m global leadership advisory firm. Prior to that, he served as EVP and CFO at Navigant Consulting. He spent over 20 years in various technology firms, including Electronic Data Systems, and is a certified public accountant (CPA) in Illinois. Krenz has both a BA in History from Northwestern University, and an MBA, with a concentration in Finance and Accounting, from Tulane University.
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