Calgon Carbon has promoted Stevan Schott to vice president, chief financial officer (CFO). He will have responsibility for all corporate financial functions. Schott replaces Leroy Ball who has accepted a position with another company, effective 1 September 2010. In the interim, Ball will focus on transferring responsibility for Calgon Carbon Japan to CHS (Kees) Majoor, executive vice president – Europe and Asia.
Schott joined Calgon Carbon in 2007 as executive director, finance. He was promoted to vice president, finance in 2008 with responsibility for Calgon Carbon’s US and Asia accounting, tax, treasury, planning, and risk management functions, as well as all external financial reporting.
Prior to joining Calgon Carbon, Schott was employed by Duquesne Light Holdings, a conglomerate whose primary business was electric energy. During his eight-year tenure, Schott held various positions in accounting and finance, including controller, vice president of finance, and CFO. He also spent 15 years at Deloitte & Touche, where he was a senior manager in the auditing practice.
Schott earned a BS degree in business administration from Duquesne University.
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