Meritor, a global supplier of drivetrain, mobility, braking and aftermarket solutions for commercial vehicle and industrial markets, has promoted Carl Anderson to vice president and treasurer. In this position, Anderson reports directly to Jay Craig, senior vice president (SVP) and chief financial officer (CFO).
Anderson will be responsible for treasury, tax and corporate development. Previously, he served as assistant treasurer for Meritor. Anderson has been with the company for nearly six years. Prior to joining Meritor, he spent close to 10 years in a variety of finance and treasury roles with GMAC. Anderson has an MBA in Finance from Wayne State University in Detroit and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Michigan State University in East Lansing.
Mary Lehmann, formerly Meritor’s SVP, treasury, tax, corporate development and strategy, communications and investor relations, has elected to accept an opportunity outside the company following eight years with Meritor. Lehmann played an instrumental role in the transformation of Meritor over the past several years.
Meritor’s corporate strategy, communications and investor relations functions will now report directly to Jay Craig.
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