Styron has announced the appointment of David Stasse as vice president (VP) and treasurer, effective 29 July 2013. The plastics, latex and rubber manufacturer said that he will be a member of the Styron leadership team.
Stasse joins Styron from Freescale Semiconductor a specialist in embedded processing solutions, for the automotive, consumer, industrial and networking markets, where he served as VP and treasurer since 2008 and previously assistant treasurer from 2006.
Stasse previously served as first VP, debt capital markets, at MBNA Corporation and as treasury manager of SPX Corporation. He held numerous financial leadership positions from 1998 to 2004 at Honeywell International last serving as director of corporate finance. He previously held logistics analyst positions at both Bose Corporation and H Muehlstein early in his career.
Stasse holds a Masters in Business Administration in Finance from The University of Maryland and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Logistics from Penn State University. He will be located at Styron’s global operating centre in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
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