Infineum Restructures Executive Committee

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Infineum announced last week that it is restructuring its executive committee by adding new directors in charge of sustainability, business growth and information technology.

In doing so it appointed three individuals to its executive committee:

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  • Maurizio Abbondanza, sustainability director, is accountable for coordination, design and integration of Infineum’s sustainability strategy;
  • Kim Shee Young, director of business growth, is accountable for leading and accelerating the company’s growth agenda;
  • and Felicia Tan, global IT director, is accountable for formulating information technology strategies and driving technologies and digitalization.

In addition, responsibilities of several positions were adjusted. Infineum said that in order to become a more customer-centric business it merged sales and marketing activities into the responsibilities of Aldo Govi, who is now executive vice president of commercial, accountable for customer relationships and short-and long-term profitability. Phil Creteur takes on the new role of chief finance officer and executive vice president of corporate strategy and transformation. Rebecca Oldfield takes on the role of executive vice president of innovation and technology, accountable for delivering innovative products and solutions to meet customers’ needs in current and future markets.

Four roles remain unchanged – those of CEO Trevor Russell, Executive Vice President for Supply and Operational Excellence Chris Locke, General Counsel Carl Howard and Infineum China President Mike Chen.

Infineum – a joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil – is one of the world’s largest formulators, manufacturers and marketers of petroleum additives for lubricants and fuels, with operations and production facilities worldwide.

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