Neil Mitchill, formerly corporate vice president of financial planning and analysis and investor relations at Raytheon Technologies (NYSE: RTX), has elevated to the role of chief financial officer of the aerospace and defense company.
He succeeds Anthony “Toby” O’Brien, who held financial leadership roles for more than three decades at Raytheon prior to the merger with United Technologies Corp., and will directly report to CEO Greg Hayes.
Hayes said Mitchill has guided the company’s finance team through the merger and helped oversee its capital allocation strategy.
“I look forward to his partnership as we continue to execute on our strategic priorities and deliver long-term value for shareholders,” Hayes added.
Mitchill will lead Raytheon’s global finance team and financial strategy and serve as a member of the company’s senior leadership team in his new role.
He has over two decades of finance experience who previously served as acting senior VP and CFO of UTC prior to the merger. He is former VP and CFO of Pratt & Whitney. In 2014, he joined UTC as VP for global financial services. He previously worked at PwC as a partner and Hartford products and services assurance leader.