Trinseo CFO leaves pusure other opportunity

Trinseo CFO leaves to pusure other opportunity

10:13 AM, 20th November 2015
Trinseo CFO leaves to pusure other opportunity
Christopher Pappas, president & CEO, Trinseo. (File photo)

BERWYN, US: Trinseo SA said that John Feenan, executive VP and chief financial officer, has elected to leave the company to pursue other opportunities, effective 31 December.

Christopher Pappas, president and CEO, will serve as interim CFO until a replacement has been selected. Feenan will continue to assist the company in an advisory capacity for the remainder of 2015.

“Feenan has made substantial contributions to Trinseo during his four years as CFO, building a strong finance team that completed the company’s debt refinancing and IPO, resulting in a strong capital structure and record EBITDA and cash flow this year,” said Pappas.

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