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Bingle Promoted to Treasurer at Ferro (posted 5/19/08)

May 19, 2008
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Bingle will have overall responsibilities for cash management, capital structure management, credit, pensions and risk management.

Ferro Corp. recently announced the promotion of John Bingle to the position of treasurer. Bingle, who joined Ferro in 2004, was most recently director, treasury. He will have overall responsibilities for cash management, capital structure management, credit, pensions and risk management.

“John is a consistently strong contributor to the finance function at Ferro,” said Sallie Bailey, vice president and chief financial officer. “He brings excellent insight and leadership ability to his new role, and he and his team are important to Ferro as we move forward with our strategies to strengthen the company for sustained, profitable growth.”

Before joining Ferro, Bingle worked at companies including Steris Corp., Invacare Corp. and B.F. Goodrich Co. His career has included roles in treasury, business development, business analysis, investor relations, and accounting and control functions. He holds a master’s of business administration degree in finance from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Visit www.ferro.com for more information.


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