Diversified industrial manufacturer and power management company Eaton Corporation has appointed Trent Meyerhoefer senior vice president (SVP), treasury, effective from 1 August 2012.
Meyerhoefer will report to Richard Fearon, Eaton vice chairman and chief financial and planning officer, and will be responsible for treasury activities, including capital market and foreign exchange (FX) transactions, insurance and cash management.
Most recently Meyerhoefer served as vice president and assistant treasurer, global treasury. He joined Eaton in 1995 as a corporate development manager and has held positions of increasing responsibility since then, including manager of strategic planning; director of business development, electrical sector; director of corporate planning; and director of capital markets. Prior to joining Eaton, he worked for Anderson Consulting.
Meyerhoefer holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Albion College in Michigan and an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, New Hampshire.
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