Sealed Air chief financial officer, David Kelsey resigns

Sealed Air chief financial officer, David Kelsey resigns

11:49 AM, 3rd August 2011
Sealed Air chief financial officer, David Kelsey resigns
David H Kelsey, Sealed Air CFO, who resigned.


ELMWOOD PARK, US: Sealed Air Corporation said that David H Kelsey is leaving the company on August 12th to pursue an opportunity at a privately held company in the Midwest. Tod S Christie, who has served as the company’s treasurer and a corporate officer since 1999, has been appointed to the additional role of Interim CFO, effective August 12, 2011. The company has initiated a search to fill the CFO position on a permanent basis.

“We appreciate the contributions Dave has made to Sealed Air over the past ten years. I have great confidence in Tod’s ability to oversee the financial operations, as we continue to execute our strategic plan,” said William V Hickey, President and CEO, Sealed Air.

“I continue to believe that Sealed Air is well-positioned to achieve its strategic and financial goals. I now look forward to the opportunity to provide financial leadership for an exciting new venture,” said David Kelsey.

Tod S Christie (52), has been a member of Sealed Air’s finance department since 1984. Christie is a certified treasury professional and an associate in risk management.

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