05 January 2012 14:34 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--Styron has appointed John Feenan as CFO with effect from 16 January 2012, the US-based producer said on Thursday.
Feenan succeeds Richard Diemer, who left Styron on 30 September 2011, a company spokeswoman told ICIS. Since then, Styron CEO Chris Pappas has acted as CFO on an interim basis, she added.
Diemer had joined Styron as CFO in September 2010 from US specialty chemicals and catalysts firm Albemarle.
Styron also said that its previously announced plan to change its name to Trinseo will become fully effective in all countries in 2012. Until that time, the company will continue to do business as Styron.
Styron, a former division of Dow Chemical, was launched as a stand-alone company in 2010 following its sale to private equity firm Bain Partners
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