Greg Lewis to Become Honeywell SVP, CFO in August

Greg Lewis, vice president of enterprise information management at Honeywell (NYSE: HON), will transition to the role of senior vice president and chief financial officer on Aug. 3 to succeed the retiring Tom Szlosek.

The company said Tuesday Lewis will serve as VP of corporate finance for three months to oversee the company’s EIM, mergers and acquisitions, investor relations, audit, tax, treasury and other related operations before he officially assumes the CFO role in August.

Szlosek will work with Lewis to facilitate the transition and continue to offer consulting support for five months following his retirement.

“During his tenure at Honeywell, Greg has gained a thorough understanding of our businesses, markets and customers along with a stellar operational finance skillset, and he has a track record of driving great business results in a variety of industries,” said Darius Adamczyk, Honeywell chairman and CEO.

Adamczyk added that Lewis’ finance and operational skills would help the company deliver on its growth plans.

Lewis joined Honeywell in 2006 and since then, he has held CFO roles at the firm’s automation and control solutions business group, process solutions business and performance products business unit.

Prior to Honeywell, he also held finance leadership positions at Tyco International, The Stanley Works and Kraft Foods.

 

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