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Chemours names new CFO

June 11, 2023
Energy & Chemical Value Chain

Chemical giant Chemours Co. appointed SVP and Chief Development Officer Jonathan Lock as its new CFO on Tuesday, following the resignation of Sameer Ralhan.

Ralhan is leaving the company “to pursue another opportunity,” according to a Chemours spokesperson. He will resign from his CFO post effective June 19.

Lock will take over the CFO role effective immediately, according to the company’s announcement. Lock will oversee Chemours’ finance, investor relations, corporate development, strategy and enterprise risk management.

Ralhan is leaving Chemours after serving as CFO since 2019, according to his LinkedIn. He joined the company in 2014. READ MORE

By Sara Samora


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