General Electric appointed three new company officers. GE has 195 officers globally who lead large revenue-generating businesses or are in critical technology or functional roles.
Robert Y. Casper, 50, has been named vice president and chief data officer for GE Capital. Casper joined GE from Morgan Stanley, where he held a succession of leadership roles, most recently as managing director, holding senior roles in risk, IT and data. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 1994, Casper was an associate with Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.
Fengming Liu, 56, has been named vice president and general counsel, government affairs & policy — Greater China for GE’s Global Growth Organization. Prior to joining GE in 2011, Liu held fellowships at both Harvard Law School and Princeton University. He previously served as vice president and associate general counsel for Microsoft in Beijing, China.
Dominique Malenfant, 52, has been named vice president of global technology for GE Transportation. Malenfant joined GE from Bombardier Transportation, where he has held a series of leadership roles since joining in 1991. Most recently, he served as vice president — global product and engineering — propulsion & control business unit.