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$9.9b Ingersoll-Rand Appoints Chief Governance Officer

Compliance Week | April 13, 2004


Heller

$9.9 billion tool and machinery maker Ingersoll-Rand recently announced that VP and Corporate Secretary Ronald Heller had also been named corporate governance officer. In his expanded role, Heller will be responsible for all matters relating to corporate governance, including SOX requirements and NYSE listing standards. Heller, who has been with Ingersoll-Rand since 1998, will also monitor external shareholder communications with respect to governance, identify trends for the board on a broad range of governance matters, and recommend best practices relating to board processes. Additionally, Heller will be accountable for securities law matters, corporate compliance, and...

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