Peter Leger is out as CEO of auto supplier MSX International Inc., the company said today.
Leger and the company board reached a mutual agreement that he would leave the company in mid-April, MSX said in a news release. No reason was given for the management change.
A message was left with the company seeking comment.
MSX director and former JAC Products Inc. CEO Richard Puricelli was named interim CEO and Frederick Minturn was named COO in addition to his duties as CFO and executive vice president.
Leger was CEO of Coral Gables, Fla.-based automotive software supplier VinPlus L.L.C. before he came to MSX in December 2006. He replaced Robert Netolicka, who retired.
Based in suburban Detroit, MSX has 3,800 employees globally and provides outsourced business, engineering and other services to the auto industry.