- SunEdison announced that Ilan Daskal resigned from his post on June 27, 2016, only less than 3 months after was appointed as the CFO designee
- Philip Gund of Ankura Consulting Group has come on board as the CFO
- Salvatore LoBiondo, also from Ankura, is now the new SVP Corporate Controller for SunEdison
Protected from creditors under Chapter 11, bankrupt US renewable energy company SunEdison, Inc. continues to move people around in the top management. Soon after its CEO Ahmad Chatila resigned from all his posts (see Ahmad Chatila Resigns) replaced by John S Dubel, the company brought on board Philip J. Gund as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Gund is replacing Ilan Daskal, CFO designee who resigned on June 27, 2016, less than three months after he was appointed. The company did not share any specific reason for Daskal’s resignation.
Gund is the senior managing director of Ankura Consulting Group and brings experience in restructuring. His last assignment was with Vivaro Corporation as chief restructuring officer and as advisor to Infrastructure and Energy Alternatives, LLC.
SunEdison also appointed Salvatore LoBiondo, Jr. as SVP Corporate Controller. He too comes from Ankura Consulting Group and brings also restructuring experience from various industries.