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Holly Keller and Robert Brewster elected to Arch Coal's Board of Directors

Coal News - Published on Fri, 15 Mar 2019

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US-based Arch Coal, Inc is a top coal producer for the global steel and power generation industries, announced that Holly Keller Koeppel, a former senior executive in both the utility and financial services industries, and Mr Robert Brewster Hamill, a retired managing director at Jefferies and Company, have been elected to its board of directors, effective immediately. Mr James N Chapman, Arch's board chair, said that "We are extremely pleased to welcome Holly and Bob to the Arch Coal board. They bring proven leaderships skills and a wealth of experiences in energy and financial markets that are directly applicable to Arch. I am confident that they will be great additions to the Arch team."

Mr John W Eaves, Arch's chief executive officer, said that "I echo Jim's enthusiasm about the addition of Holly and Bob to our high-performing board. I look forward to working with the two of them, and with the rest of the board, as we chart Arch's future course in a smart, responsible and value-creating manner."

Most recently, Holly Keller Koeppel served as managing partner and head of Gateway Infrastructure Investments LP and as partner and global co-head of Citi Infrastructure Investors at Citigroup, Inc. Prior to those roles, Koeppel held the position of executive vice president and chief financial officer, along with other leadership posts, at American Electric Power. Earlier in her career, she held senior leadership positions at Consolidated Natural Gas Company.

Currently, Koeppel serves on the boards of AES Corporation, BAT. Industries PLC, and Vesuvius PLC, and is a former board member of CoaLogix, Inc., Energy Insurance Mutual Ltd., Integrys Energy Group, Inc., and Reynolds American, Inc. She earned Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration degrees from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Fri, 15 Mar 2019
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