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  • 02 May 2022

TricorBraun appoints senior leadership roles

TricorBraun has named Scott Beamer as chief financial officer, effective immediately. He succeeds Declan McCarthy, who has been appointed president, TricorBraun Europe. Both report to president and CEO, Court Carruthers.

'Scott’s background and accomplishments with growing, global organizations is an ideal fit for TricorBraun,' said Carruthers. 'Our entire team is thrilled to welcome Scott, and we look forward to his contributions as we continue to execute on our growth strategies while building the best place for the best people in packaging.'

Beamer joins TricorBraun with extensive financial leadership experience, including nearly a decade in chief financial officer roles. Most recently he served as vice president and chief financial officers at CMC Materials. Previously, he served as chief financial officer at Stepan Company and spent 16 years in global finance roles at PPG Industries. Beamer will serve on the company’s executive leadership team.

McCarthy appointed to newly created role of president, TricorBraun Europe

After serving as TricorBraun’s chief financial officer for three and a half years, and overseeing significant growth during this time, McCarthy has been appointed president, TricorBraun Europe. In this newly created role, he will drive growth of the company’s European businesses. McCarthy will continue to serve on the company’s executive leadership team.

'It’s an exciting time for our European business and I am confident in Declan’s abilities to lead through our next stage of growth,' said Carruthers. 'I am grateful for his hard work and significant achievements, not only as CFO, but as part of our Executive Leadership Team. Declan is an exceptional leader and the right person to guide our fantastic team in Europe.'


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