Stuart Brown to Succeed Roderick Day as Iron Mountain EVP, CFO; William Meaney Comments

Iron Mountain logoStuart Brown, formerly chief financial officer for Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc., will officially join Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM) as executive vice president and CFO by July 25.

Brown will be responsible for the company’s external reporting, financial planning and analysis, global real estate, internal audit, investor relations and treasury activities, Iron Mountain said Wednesday.

Prior to joining Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, he served as CFO for DCT Industrial Trust Inc. from 2006 to 2011 and previously as chief accounting officer for Federal Realty Investment Trust between 2003 and 2006.

Brown also held roles in corporate controlling and investor relations for food retailer Royal Ahold in The Netherlands as well as corporate accounting and controller positions for Ahold’s U.S. companies Stop & Shop and Giant Food Inc. after he worked for Deloitte for five years.

“Throughout his career, Stuart has been heavily engaged in capital markets transactions, [merger and acquisition] and real estate investment, while enhancing balance sheets and engineering both financial and operationally based strategic plans, ” said William Meaney, Iron Mountain’s president and CEO.

Brown will succeed Roderick Day, who will depart Iron Mountain after the storage and information management company files its quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the quarter ending June 30.

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