Shortly after installing a new president of Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC), the captive announcing a couple other executive changes, according to a press release today.
After almost 32 years working with Nissan, Mike McConnell, vice president of operations for NMAC, will retire on Aug. 31. He will be replaced by Andres de la Parra, the current vice president of corporate planning office & financial products at NMAC, the company said in its statement. De la Parra’s successor will be announced at a later date.
McConnell previously served as regional vice president of Nissan’s Mid-Atlantic Region overseeing the activities of 147 Nissan dealers, according to his company profile. He led all facets operations including sales, marketing, distribution, parts and service, market representation, customer satisfaction, service contracts, and training. Prior to that, he was director of sales where he managed a 60-member national field force including seven regional managers.
The change comes the first week of Kevin Cullum’s tenure as president of Nashville-based NMAC. He replaces Mark Kaczynski, who moved to Hong Kong as vice president of administration and finance for the company’s luxury brand, Infiniti Motor Co.