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Glatfelter names new finance team

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Glatfelter Inc. shook up its finance team this week, naming two new vice presidents who will report to John Jacunski, executive vice president and CEO.

Amy Wannemacher is promoted to vice president of tax, and Ramesh Shettigar joins Glatfelter as vice president and treasurer, the company said in a news release.

“These leadership changes continue to build upon the foundation of talent within the finance function to meet the growing demands of the business,” Jacunski said. “I am pleased to announce Amy’s promotion as she is a well-respected leader who has built an effective global tax team that has executed tax strategies designed to create value for our stakeholders. Equally, I am delighted Mr. Shettigar joins our company, as he brings a diverse and strong global treasury background to execute our financial strategies, support the growth of the business and generate value for our shareholders.”

Wannemacher joined Glatfelter in 2005 as the director of tax. Previously, she worked for Dentsply International Inc. for 14 years in a variety of senior tax roles. She earned a bachelor of science degree in accounting from Shepard University. Wannemacher serves as a director of the York County United Way.

As vice president and treasurer, Shettigar will assume responsibility for Glatfelter’s treasury functions, with responsibilities for global cash and debt management, pensions, insurance, risk management and capital markets activity. This includes developing key relationships with banks and rating agencies.

Most recently, he served as the director of treasury at Quest Diagnostics. During his tenure, he also served as director of financial planning and analysis for the hospital operations. Prior leadership roles include assignments with Praxair Inc., Delphi Corp., and McDermott International.

Shettigar earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration/finance from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In addition, he has a master’s degree in information management from Washington University and a master’s degree in business administration, finance and strategy from the Washington University Olin School of Business in St. Louis.

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