Asbury Automotive Group named its new chief financial officer late Friday afternoon.
Chosen for the role of senior vice president and CFO is Sean Goodman, who comes to Asbury from Unifi, a company in the textile industry.
He will join Asbury on July 5, replacing Keith Style, who was set to step down on March 7 to accept the position of president and CFO of a privately owned company.
“Sean brings a wealth of financial knowledge with a proven track record to his new position. He will be responsible for providing leadership to the finance and accounting functions while also continuing the development of our shared services initiatives,” Asbury president and chief executive officer Craig Monaghan said in a news release.
“I am thrilled about Sean joining our team and am certain that his contributions will lead to further success for our organization,” Monaghan said.
Goodman has been VP, CFO and chief accounting officer at Unifi since January 2016.
His background also includes positions with Toshiba Corp. subsidiary Landis+Gyr, Home Depot, Morgan Stanley and Deloitte & Touche.