BOSTON--Cabot Corporation (NYSE: CBT) has appointed Steve Delahunt to the position of Vice President, Treasury and Investor Relations, company officials announced today.
Mr. Delahunt will serve as the primary liaison between Cabot, its shareholders and the investment community, succeeding Erica McLaughlin. Ms. McLaughlin will assume the role of Vice President, Business Operations and General Manager of the Tire Business within the Company’s Reinforcement Materials segment.
Delahunt joined Cabot in 2010 as Vice President and Corporate Treasurer. Mr. Delahunt will continue as Corporate Treasurer in addition to his new responsibilities for Investor Relations. Prior to joining Cabot, Mr. Delahunt held several senior financial positions including Vice President and Treasurer for Sepracor Inc. and Vice President and Treasurer for PerkinElmer, Inc. Delahunt earned his MBA and BS in Business Administration from Boston University.
“We are pleased to welcome Steve to the investor relations function,” said Eddie Cordeiro, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. “He brings a broad finance background and deep understanding of the Company that will be an asset to the executive team and our shareholders. We thank Erica for her leadership over the past five years and wish her success in her new role.”
ABOUT CABOT CORPORATION
Cabot Corporation (NYSE: CBT) is a global specialty chemicals and performance materials company, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. The company is a leading provider of rubber and specialty carbons, activated carbon, inkjet colorants, cesium formate drilling fluids, fumed silica, and aerogel. For more information on Cabot, please visit the company’s website at: http://www.cabotcorp.com.
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