Hertz Global Holdings Inc. today announced that Jamere Jackson, chief financial officer, has resigned to pursue a new opportunity. Jackson will remain with Hertz until September 11, 2020, to assist in the transition of his responsibilities.
Hertz also today announced the promotion of R. Eric Esper to executive vice president of finance, chief financial officer, and Kenny K. Cheung to executive vice president of finance, chief operational finance and restructuring officer, effective immediately. They will report directly to Paul Stone, Hertz's president and chief executive officer, as will the company's treasurer, Scott Massengill.
Esper has served as senior vice president and chief accounting officer of Hertz since November 2018. He previously served as vice president and controller of the company beginning March 2018. From July 2010 to March 2018, Esper held a variety of financial leadership roles with Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. He is a certified public accountant.
Joining Hertz in December 2018, Cheung has served as senior vice president of global financial planning & analysis and chief financial officer of North America at Hertz. He previously held a variety of financial leadership roles with Nielsen Holdings PLC and General Electric in various roles across supply chain, operations, and FP&A.
Massengill has served as senior vice president and treasurer of Hertz since July 2008. Prior to joining Hertz, Massengill served as chief financial officer for the $2 billion domestic residential heating and air conditioning business division of Trane Inc. and as vice president and treasurer at American Standard.
Originally posted on Auto Rental News