Delphi Automotive LLP has named Kevin Clark as the company’s chief financial officer, effective July 12. “Kevin brings outstanding expertise to Delphi,” said Rodney O’Neal, CEO and president. “He has a broad range of experience in senior financial management positions with global public companies both in and outside of the automotive industry, and brings extensive experience in the equity and debt capital markets. We welcome him to our leadership team and look forward to his contributions to Delphi.” Clark, 48, was most recently a founding partner of Liberty Lane Partners, LLC, a private-equity investment firm focused on building and improving middle-market companies. Prior to Liberty Lane, Clark served as the chief financial officer of Fisher Scientific International Inc., a manufacturer, distributor and service provider to the global healthcare market. Clark served as Fisher-Scientific’s CFO from the company’s initial public offering in 2001 through the completion of its merger with Thermo Electron Corporation in 2006. Prior to becoming CFO, Clark served as Fisher-Scientific’s corporate controller and treasurer. Earlier in his career, Clark held several treasury management positions at Federal Mogul Corporation. He began his career in the financial organization of Chrysler Corporation. Clark is a graduate of Michigan State University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in financial administration in 1984 and an MBA in Finance in 1986. Keith Stipp, who has served as acting CFO, remains treasurer of the company.