Intel appoints Andy Bryant as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors. It will take the presidency in May 2012. Intel announces the appointment of Andy Bryant as chairman of its board of directors. With the upcoming retirement of President Jane Shaw, the chief financial officer Andy Bryant goes up to the board as Vice-President. It is transitional status before assuming the presidency in May 2012.
He will become the number two in the group and right arm of the real CEO Paul Otellini in the governance of the firm.
An old-timer 61 years old, he worked with Intel for 30 years. He has served as CFO of the founder for 13 years.
In 2007 he took over a position transverse Chief Administrative Officer: Executive Director, responsible for technology, manufacturing, ICT, human and financial resources . Although it reaches a position of non-executive chairman, taking the controls of the board of directors of Intel, it will exert some influence in the strategy group. “I’m glad that Andy comes to this position. It’s already a pleasure to think that I will continue to work with him, “said Paul Otellini said in the statement. So, until handover between Jane Shaw and Andy Bryant, Intel’s Board of Directors has 11 members instead of 10.
In all fields present, the pretending to head the board of Intel has other responsibilities outside the group.
Andy Bryant also serves on the boards of several companies in the United States: McKesson (Group Insurance disease), Columbia Sportswear Company and Kryptiq (technology provider for health care professionals).