Head of Tax at Commercial Metals Company promoted to CFO
Commercial Metals Company, headquartered in Irving, Texas, has announced that its Board of Directors has promoted Mary A. Lindsey to the position of Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, effective yesterday.
Ms. Lindsey joined the Company in September 2009 as Vice President-Tax, and she became the Vice President-Tax and Investor Relations in June 2015. As Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Lindsey will have responsibility for all financial functions of the Company. In her new position, she will report toJoseph Alvarado.
Joseph Alvarado, the Company’s Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “I couldn’t be more pleased to have Mary step into this critical role. The wealth of experiences that she brings to the CFO role will be invaluable to CMC. Further, her promotion demonstrates CMC’s commitment to our employees, our management development process and our Guiding Principles, by providing an environment where employees have the opportunity for both personal and professional growth. I congratulate Mary on her new role, and I am confident that she will quickly pick up where Barbara has left off and continue to provide strong financial leadership to the Company.”
Prior to joining CMC, Ms. Lindsey served as Vice President Tax and Tax Counsel for Albany International Corp., a global advanced textiles and materials processing company, and from January 2005 to March 2006, Ms. Lindsey was an attorney at Baker and Hostetler, a national law firm. In addition, Ms. Lindsey served in various roles, including Vice President Tax and Tax Counsel, Legal Counsel responsible for global M&A and intellectual property, and General Manager of Corporate M&A, at The Timken Company from January 1985 toJanuary 2005. Ms. Lindsey has a Bachelor of Arts in Russian, a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a J.D. in Law from State University of New York and an L.L.M. in Taxation from Case Western Reserve University.