General Electric announced the appointment of three company officers. Jeffrey Malehorn, 40, has been named Chief Executive Officer of GE Capital Global Financial Restructuring. Glen A. Messina, 40, has been named Vice President & CFO of Card Services at GE Capital. Roger N. Seager, 51, has been named Vice President of Marketing & Sales at GE Aircraft Engines. Jeffrey Malehorn has been Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Europe at GE Capital Real Estate since January 1999. He will serve as Chief Executive Officer for GE Capital’s new Global Financial Restructuring business, based in Tokyo, Japan.
Malehorn joined GE in 1984 in the Financial Management Program. During his 17-year GE career, he led GE Capital Real Estate’s U.S. Debt and Equity Originations, founded the Specialized Industries Group and held positions in new business and process development, operations management and portfolio management. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Pennsylvania State University.
Glen A. Messina has been CFO of TIP/Modular Space for the past nine months. Prior to joining TIP/Modular Space, Messina was Senior Vice President, Strategic Initiatives for Card Services.
Messina will serve as Vice President & CFO of Card Services at GE Capital effective January 14, 2002. He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Ramapo College and a master’s degree in business administration in finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Roger N. Seager joined GE in 1979 as a design engineer for the CF6-50 engine program. He was promoted to Manager, CF6 Military Field programs in 1980, and then held a series of leadership positions in the T700 program before being named Director, T700 International Programs and Advanced Applications, in 1991.
Seager was named General Manager, Military Market Development in 1995. As Vice President of Marketing & Sales at GE Aircraft Engines, Seager will report to Dave Calhoun, President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Aircraft Engines. He holds a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering from Southampton University.
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