Polymer Group, a global, technology-driven developer and producer of engineered materials, has promoted Dennis Norman to chief financial officer (CFO). Norman previously served as vice president, strategy and corporate development.
Norman has been a key leader with Polymer over the past 10 years, responsible for such areas as capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, strategic planning, corporate development and investor relations. He joined the company in 1999 in investor relations and financial analysis, and was promoted to the senior leadership team in 2003 as vice president, strategic planning and communication. Prior to joining Polymer, Norman was with First American Corporation, a financial services company, holding positions in corporate banking, strategic planning and investor relations for the bank.
Keith Hall, who has been serving as interim CFO, will continue to assist the company as interim chief accounting officer (CAO). The company has an ongoing search for that position.
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