Industry SectorsEnergy/MiningRandolph Richards moves to treasury at Chevron

Randolph Richards moves to treasury at Chevron

Richards is currently vice president of finance for upstream and replaces Paul Bennett, who is retiring at the end of this month.

Chevron Corporation named Randolph S. Richards as corporate vice president and treasurer, effective May 1, 2016. He replaces Paul V. Bennett, who is retiring from the position after 36 years of service with the company. Richards is currently vice president of finance for upstream. In his new role, he will lead Chevron’s banking, financing, cash management, insurance, pension investments, and credit and receivables activities.

Richards joined Chevron in 1979. Since then, he has held various senior corporate and operations-related financial positions, including deputy comptroller, general manager investor relations and manager of corporate financing within the treasury department.

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