Altivia appoints former DuPont supervisor as its new CFO

Altivia appoints former DuPont supervisor as its new CFO

5:21 AM, 20th September 2016
Altivia appoints former DuPont supervisor as its new CFO

HOUSTON, US: Altivia said that it has appointed Frank J Hayes as its new chief financial officer (CFO), effective October 3, 2016. Previously he worked as a line manufacturing supervisor at DuPont's coatings plant in Moberly, Missouri.

Hayes will replace the company's current CFO, Fred Stahelin, who is retiring after 16 years of service with the company. 

Hayes' assignments at DuPont have included chief financial officer for DuPont sustainable solutions, global finance manager for DuPont Building Innovations, and global finance and planning manager for DuPont Fluoropolymers, all based in Wilmington, Delaware.  Hayes also spent four years in Singapore as a finance manager for the Dow-DuPont Elastomers joint venture.

"Frank's 35-year career at DuPont in a variety of global businesses will complement Altivia's recent expansion into petrochemicals and specialty chemicals," said Michael Jusbasche, Altivia's chief executive officer.

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