Diebold has hired Bradley Richardson as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO). He will join the company and assume the CFO role effective 23 November.
Richardson comes to Diebold from Modine Manufacturing Company, where he most recently served as executive vice president, corporate strategy and CFO. Richardson has held the CFO position at Modine since 2003.
Richardson has broad experience in all elements of global finance, including tax, treasury, financial control, pension management, and corporate development. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated expertise in effective working capital management, mergers and acquisitions, capital markets, developing performance management processes, as well as establishing sound financial controls and financial systems infrastructure.
Prior to joining Modine, Richardson spent more than 20 years with BP Amoco in a variety of senior financial and international operational posts. These included: vice president, performance management planning and control for BP Amoco’s Upstream business segment, based in London; president of BP Amoco’s Caracas, Venezuela operation; and CFO of the Amoco Energy Group, North America.
Richardson holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from Miami University, an MBA in accounting and finance from Indiana University, and a certified public accountant (CPA) certificate in Illinois. He is a member of the board of directors of Tronox (formerly Kerr McGee Chemicals) and Brady Corporation.
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