Fluor appoints current group president as new CFO

Fluor appoints current group president as new CFO

11:25 AM, 18th July 2017
Bruce Stanski named new CFO of Fluor.
Bruce Stanski named new CFO of Fluor.

IRVING, US: Fluor Corporation (FLR) has appointed Bruce Stanski as its chief financial officer (CFO) effective 4 August. He will be replacing Biggs Porter, whose retirement was previously announced. Porter will continue to support Fluor as an advisor on NuScale Power as well as in other capacities.

Stanski has served as the president of Fluor’s government group since March 2009, and under his leadership, has substantially grown Fluor’s business in the sale and delivery of value-added services to government agencies including the United States departments of defense, energy, state and homeland security, as well as the United Kingdom's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

In his new role, Stanski will lead Fluor’s finance, audit, investor relations, compliance and ethics, and mergers and acquisitions functions.

“Fluor is very pleased to select an executive from within the company the caliber of Bruce Stanski to be our next CFO. His appointment to this vital and critical role ensures a seamless transition for Fluor while capitalizing on his clear understanding of Fluor’s strengths and challenges along with his broad and deep industry experience and knowledge,” said David Seaton, Fluor's chairman and CEO.

“It is a unique privilege to serve as CFO for Fluor with its unmatched management team and world-class employees. I look forward to working with David Seaton and the rest of the team to serve Fluor’s stakeholders as a best-in-class company,” added Stanski.

Thomas D’Agostino will replace Stanski in the role of president for Fluor’s government group. Previously, D’Agostino served as the senior VP of strategic planning and development for Fluor’s government group. Prior to joining Fluor in 2013, D’Agostino served as the Under Secretary for Nuclear Security and as Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).

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