Solvay appoints future Chairman board directors

Solvay appoints future Chairman of board of directors

2:55 AM, 8th November 2011
Solvay appoints future Chairman of board of directors
Nicolas Boel, future Chairman, board of directors, Solvay SA.

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: The board of directors of Solvay SA recently announced the new appointments for 2012 for the company. Alois Michielsen, 70 in January 2012, leaves the board of Solvay SA and the chairmanship, on 8 May 2012, at the occasion of the annual shareholders’ meeting, after 44 years at Solvay, of which 4 years as COO, 6 years as CEO and 6 years as Chairman of the board.

Also the board unanimously decided to nominate Nicolas Boel as Chairman of the board, as of 9 May 2012.

Member of Solvay’s board of directors for over 13 years, Boel is 49 years and has a strong international and industrial background and experience. He is Bachelor in Economics of Louvain University and holds an MBA from the College of William and Mary (Virginia USA).

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