AUBURN HILLS, Mich.—BorgWarner Inc. has made several executive appointments, including naming Kevin Nowlan as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
The company also said that Thomas McGill will succeed Anthony Hensel vice president and controller. Hensel will take on the role of vice president of special projects.
All three appointments take effect April 1.
Nowlan joins BorgWarner after having served as senior vice president and CFO of Meritor Inc., positions he has held since 2013. Last year, he also assumed the responsibility of president of the Trailer and Components business for the firm. His career with Meritor dates to 2007, and he held a number of positions since his hiring there, including controller, treasurer and vice president of shared services.
He's also held positions with GMAC and General Motors' treasurer's office.
"I am pleased to welcome Kevin to my executive staff as the new leader of our strong financial team," Frederic Lissalde, BorgWarner president and CEO, said in a statement. "His broad financial and operational experience gives me confidence he will excel in our culture and continue our long legacy of financial discipline."