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Ingevity CEO Wilson resigns unexpectedly

by Michael McCoy
March 7, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 9

 

D. Michael Wilson has resigned as president, CEO, and a director of the specialty chemical maker Ingevity as a result of “matters relating to his personal conduct,” the company says. Chairman Richard Kelson has been named interim president and CEO while the company seeks a permanent replacement. Ingevity is the former chemical business of the paper firm MeadWestvaco, now WestRock. Wilson joined the company in 2015 as the spin-off was being prepared.

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