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A. Schulman Names Melinda Reynolds Vice President Of Global Tax

August 4, 2015
Chemical Value Chain
/PRNewswire/ – A. Schulman, Inc. (Nasdaq: SHLM) announced that Melinda Reynolds has been named Vice President of Global Tax, responsible for the overall administration of the worldwide tax function and strategic tax planning. She will report directly to Joe Levanduski, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of A. Schulman.
 
“With the growing complexity of taxes around the globe, it was imperative that the new leader of our tax organization bring international tax planning expertise to A. Schulman,” Levanduski said. “Melinda brings nearly 30 years of international tax experience, with a strong emphasis on strategic tax planning, to the Company. We are excited to have someone of Melinda’s caliber join A. Schulman as we continue to drive earnings growth and shareholder value.”
 
Reynolds joins A. Schulman from Eaton Corporation, a $24 billion power management company, where she served as Senior Director, International Tax Strategy. During the course of her career, Reynolds has held managerial positions with Deloitte Tax LLP, Baker & Hostetler LLP, The Lincoln Electric Company, and Ernst & Young LLP.
 
Reynolds earned a Juris Doctor degree, summa cum laude, from Case Western Reserve University School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration degree, summa cum laude, from Cleveland State University. She is an author and frequent speaker on tax topics and has served as officer or chair of The Tax Club of Cleveland, The Cleveland Tax Institute, and The Cleveland International Tax Forum.
 
Source: A. Schulman, Inc. 

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