Navistar CFO assumes new risk management role

CHICAGO — Navistar International has named Bill Caton, formerly executive vice president and chief financial officer, to the newly-created role of Chief Risk Officer.

Terry Endsley, formerly senior vice president and treasurer, succeeds Caton as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Endsley also assumes Caton’s seat on Navistar’s Board of Directors.

"The leadership of both the CRO and CFO will be critical to our company’s success in executing our long-term plans for continued revenue growth and strong profitability," said Daniel C. Ustian, Navistar chairman, president and chief executive officer. "We are proud to have two respected leaders in these key roles and we’re confident that Bill and Terry are the right people to help us ensure our continued success."


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