Nalco, a company that provides water, energy and air expertise, has announced that Bradley Bell, executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO), is planning a year-end retirement. Bell joined Nalco in 2003 in connection with the company’s leveraged buyout from Suez SA. Prior to joining Nalco, Bell was CFO for Rohm and Haas Company in Philadelphia.
Nalco has indicated it will undertake a search process in the period ahead that will consider internal and external candidates for succession.
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