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Jun 13, 2018

GM names Suryadevara first female CFO to succeed 40-year veteran

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General Motors Co. is about to have two of the auto industry’s highest-ranking women at the top of its executive ranks.

Dhivya Suryadevara, GM’s vice president of corporate finance for the last 11 months, will become chief financial officer on Sept. 1, replacing Chuck Stevens, the company said Wednesday. Suryadevara, 39, played a key role in GM divesting its German affiliate Opel, acquiring self-driving car unit Cruise Automation, investing in ride-hailing startup Lyft Inc. and arranging a recent investment by SoftBank Vision Fund.

“Dhivya’s experience and leadership in several key roles throughout our financial operations positions her well to build on the strong business results we’ve delivered over the last several years,” Mary Barra, GM’s chief executive officer, said in a statement.

Stevens, 58, has been CFO since January 2014. He’ll retire in March as a more than 40-year veteran of the company.