Nissan, Infiniti shuffle finance unit executives

on Jun29

Kevin Cullum will become president of Nissan’s American captive finance arm.

Mark Kaczynski, after six years as president of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp., is leaving his post to become vice president of administration and finance for Infiniti Motor Co., effective Aug. 1, Nissan said Wednesday in a roundup of leadership changes.

Kevin Cullum, general manager of Nissan Canada Finance, will succeed Kaczynski as president of Nissan’s American captive finance arm in Franklin, Tenn., also effective Aug. 1. He will report to Rakesh Kochhar, senior vice president of finance and global sales finance business unit.

Cullum has led Nissan Canada Finance for three years, according to his LinkedIn profile. Before he was general manager of Nissan Canada finance, he was president of Nissan Canada Extended Services, the automaker’s Canadian F&I product unit.

Kaczynski will be based in Hong Kong, reporting to CFO Joe Peter and Roland Krueger, president of Infiniti. Before heading NMAC, Kaczynski was controller of sales and marketing for Nissan Americas.

Alain Ballu, director of international projects and partnerships at RCI Bank will replace Cullum in Toronto at Nissan Canada Finance, effective July 1.

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