DETROIT -- Ray Young, whose future as General Motors Co.'s finance chief has been in question for months, was named vice president of international operations.
Young, 47, will report to international President Tim Lee beginning Feb. 1. Young will lead the unit's finance activities and have other roles "clarified in the near term," GM said in a statement. The international unit includes Latin America, Africa, the Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East.
Young will remain GM's CFO, a position he has held since succeeding Fritz Henderson in March 2008, until a successor is named.