People: WABCO Holdings Inc (WBC)
27 Sep 2016
D'Aloia, G. Peter
Mr. G. Peter D'Aloia is Independent Director of WABCO Holdings Inc., since July 2007. Mr. D’Aloia served as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of American Standard Companies Inc., a position he held since 2000, before retiring in 2008. Before joining American Standard, Mr. D’Aloia worked for Honeywell where he most recently served as Vice President—Business Development. He spent 27 years with Honeywell’s predecessor company, AlliedSignal, in diverse finance management positions. During his career with AlliedSignal, he served as Vice President—Taxes; Vice President and Treasurer; Vice President and Controller; and Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for the Engineered Materials Sector. Early in his career, he worked as a tax attorney for the accounting firm, Arthur Young and Company. Mr. D’Aloia is a director of FMC Corporation and ITT Corporation. The Board of Directors concluded that the following experience, qualifications and skills qualified Mr. D’Aloia to serve as a director of the company: significant executive management experience gained as an executive officer of two Fortune 500 companies, both publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange; strong international experience gained as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for American Standard; financial expertise acquired as Chief Financial Officer of American Standard and by holding diverse financial management positions with AlliedSignal and working as a tax attorney for the accounting firm, Arthur Young and Company; and board experience gained as a member of the board of directors of two publicly-held companies. In summary, Mr. D’Aloia has financial management abilities, including multinational legal, tax and banking expertise, that significantly contribute to the company’s success as a globally operating entity while taking full advantage of business opportunities in developed as well as emerging economies.
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