Nissan Motors Acceptance Corp. has a new president and CEO.
Mark Kaczynski, 43, will officially assume the post Dec. 1 but is already transitioning into the role, the company said last week. Kaczynski, who joined Nissan in 2007, was controller of sales and marketing for Nissan Americas.
Kaczynski succeeds Steven Lambert, 50, who held the chief executive position for nine years. Lambert's new role is vice president of information systems. As such, Lambert will oversee all of Nissan's information systems and services in North and South America.
He succeeds Linda Goodspeed, who left Nissan to become chief information officer at ServiceMaster Co.