Air Products announces new CFO, Scott Crocco as Paul Huck retires

Air Products announces new CFO, Scott Crocco as Paul Huck retires

11:33 AM, 19th October 2012
Air Products announces new CFO, Scott Crocco as Paul Huck retires

LEHIGH VALLEY, US: Air Products announced that Paul E Huck (62), Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will retire on February 28, 2013 after more than 33 years of service to the company. The board of directors has selected Scott Crocco, 48, currently Vice President and Controller, to succeed Huck as Senior Vice President and CFO in February.

Crocco will be responsible for all aspects of the worldwide financial organization including controllership, treasury, investor relations, tax and audit. He will report to John E McGlade, Chairman, President and CEO, Air Products and also serve on the company’s Corporate Executive Committee.

Huck has served as CFO since 2004. He joined the company in 1979 after serving as an officer in the US Navy and served as a controller for several company businesses before being named corporate controller in 1994.

“The company has grown tremendously during Paul Huck’s distinguished tenure and he has been a key player every step of the way. Through his careful mentoring of Scott and long-term leadership of the finance group, he leaves the Air Products finance team well positioned for this transition,” said John McGlade, Chairman, President and CEO, Air Products.

“Scott Crocco brings to the role a significant depth and breadth of understanding of Air Products from his extensive experience across all areas of the finance organization,” continued McGlade.

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