Greif, an industrial packaging products and services company, has appointed Robert McNutt as senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO). McNutt replaces Donald Huml, who will fully retire after assisting through a brief transition period.
McNutt comes from Boise, where he was SVP and CFO. He began his career as an auditor for Boise Cascade Corporation, and served in several positions for the company, working in treasury, international business development and building products. He was named vice president, investor relations and public policy for Boise Cascade LLC in 2005, and subsequently appointed SVP and CFO of Boise Inc when that company was formed in 2008. Boise reported US$2bn in sales in 2009.
McNutt holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance and an MBA in accounting from Washington State University.
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