Albemarle CFO take temporary medical leave
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Albemarle CFO to take temporary medical leave

9:09 AM, 28th January 2016
Albemarle CFO to take temporary medical leave

BATON ROUGE, US: Albemarle Corporation said that Scott Tozier, senior VP and chief financial officer will be on a temporary medical leave of absence, effective immediately.

It is anticipated that he will return to his normal duties in the near future. In particular, senior VP of corporate strategy and investor relations Matthew Juneau will assume Tozier’s management responsibility of Albemarle’s finance and accounting, tax and treasury teams, while remaining in their current positions.

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