Brian Dykes Named UPS CFO

Dykes, 46, has worked at UPS for more than 25 years. (Photo: LinkedIn)

UPS announced Tuesday that Brian Dykes has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer.

Dykes will begin his new role immediately, according to a news release from the Atlanta-based company. He will also lead UPS’s global finance organization, which includes planning, treasury, tax, financial reporting, financial operations and investor relations.

Dykes, 46, spent more than 25 years at UPS, most recently serving as senior vice president of global finance and planning, a position he assumed in April 2023. Previously, Dykes held roles of increasing responsibility in the company’s finance and accounting, corporate treasury, mergers and acquisitions, business intelligence and business development groups, and has held positions with UPS both in the U.S. and internationally.

“I am pleased to name Brian as our next CFO,” CEO Carol B. Tomé said in a release. “Brian’s experience makes him uniquely qualified. The board and I are confident that Brian’s financial and business acumen, honed in a variety of strategic leadership roles at UPS throughout his career, make him the best person to lead our global finance function as we execute our Better and Bolder strategy to enhance shareholder value.”

Dykes replaces Brian Newman as CFO. Newman resigned June 1 for health reasons. Newman was named CFO in 2019, replacing Richard Peretz.