– UK, Oxford – TI Fluid Systems Plc (LON: TIFS) today announced that Susan Levine has been appointed to the Board of the Company. She will serve as a Non-Executive Director of the Company and will replace Paul Edgerley as one of the two Bain nominees to the Board with effect from 11 December 2019.
“We are delighted to welcome Susan to our Board. I believe she will be a valuable and committed member of the Board and bring very relevant expertise and experience to the Company. I would also like to thank Paul Edgerley for his significant contribution to the Board and the Company. My fellow directors and I wish him well for the future.” said Manfred Wennemer, Chairman.
About Susan Levine
Susan joined Bain Capital in 2006 and serves as a Managing Director and the Head of NA Private Equity Talent. In this capacity, she works with the firm’s portfolio companies on a variety of senior leadership, team and organizational initiatives. Previously, she worked at Bain & Company for eight years as a management consultant. Susan serves on the Boards of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Eliot Community Human Services, The Fessenden School and 3Point Foundation. She also serves on the Board of Governors for the Georgetown University Alumni Association.
About TI Fluid Systems Plc
TI Fluid Systems is a leading global manufacturer of fluid storage, carrying and delivery systems primarily for the light-duty automotive market. With nearly 100 years of automotive fluid systems experience, TI Fluid Systems has manufacturing facilities in 111 locations across 28 countries serving all major global OEMs.
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