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Mr. Stephen to manage Kraton finance & accounting functions
Jan '08
Kraton Polymers LLC (Kraton) announces the appointment of Stephen (Steve) E. Tremblay, as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer effective January 21, 2008. He replaces Nicholas (Nick) G. Dekker, who has been serving as Chief Financial Officer since October 2006. Nick will remain with Kraton through April 1, 2008 to ensure a seamless transition period.

In his role, Mr. Tremblay will be responsible for managing Kraton's finance and accounting functions. He will report to Kevin M. Fogarty, President and Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Tremblay brings to Kraton extensive senior management experience at Vertis Inc, where he worked since 1997 in various financial positions, including Chief Financial Officer. Vertis provides direct mail, printing services, media and technology capabilities through a network of facilities across the United States. Previously, Mr. Tremblay worked at Wellman Inc, and began his career in 1983 with Ernst and Young in the accounting and auditing practice.

“Steve brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge in leading international finance teams, interactions with capital markets, and working closely with operational management to drive fundamental improvement. We are very pleased to have Steve join our leadership team at Kraton,” said Mr. Fogarty.

“On behalf of the entire Kraton team, we additionally want to thank Nick for his dedication and contributions to Kraton since first joining the company in 2000, and most recently, in his capacity as Chief Financial Officer,” said Mr. Fogarty.

Mr. Tremblay graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant University, and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Kraton Polymers LLC

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