This week’s people & moves

Job to die for: Eastman Kodak CFO

This week’s man to envy for his new job is Frank Sklarsky
the new CFO of Eastman Kodak, the photographic film and digital camera
maker. A great task lies ahead of Sklarsky as he has primarily been brought in
to take the company through the final stages of its restructuring. Formerly at
retail food company ConAgra, where he was also CFO, Sklarsky plans to focus on
‘financial responsibilities first’. Kodak reported a loss of $282m in its last

Roy Farmer has been promoted from director of corporate
finance to corporate finance partner at Cooper Parry. Farmer joined the
firm in 2004 from Baird Capital Partners where he was investment director. He
has over ten years corporate finance experience including six years with a Big
Four firm.

Campbell Dallas has recruited Greig McKnight and
promoted Andrew Calder. Calder, formerly senior manager, has
been with the firm for over two years and is now an associate. McKnight joins
the Bearsden office as its audit manager. He was previously with BDO Stoy
Hayward for six years.

Andrew Beck joins DTE Group as corporate finance
partner where he will be responsible for developing the corporate finance team
at the London office. Beck brings with him more than 20 years of corporate
finance experience from companies such as Mazars, Morgan Stanley and Deutsche

Jane Piper has been recruited by KMPG corporate
finance as brand adviser to develop the firm’s brand value offering. Piper has
worked with clients across a range of market sectors and has more than 20 years
consultancy experience under her belt gained both in-house and independently.

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