- Published: Wednesday, 20 July 2016 14:48
- Written by E&MJ News
Rio Tinto’s new organizational structure will include four product groups: Aluminum, Copper & Diamonds, Energy & Minerals, and Iron Ore. These groups will be complemented by a newly shaped Growth & Innovation group. Alfredo Barrios will remain as chief executive of Aluminum. Chris Salisbury, currently acting Copper & Coal chief executive, will become Iron Ore chief. Arnaud Soirat, currently Aluminum Primary Metal president and chief executive officer, will join the Executive Committee as Copper & Diamonds chief executive. Alan Davies, currently Diamonds & Minerals chief executive, will be the Energy and Minerals chief executive. Stephen McIntosh, currently acting Technology & Innovation Group executive, will take up the role of Growth & Innovation Group executive. Joanne Farrell, currently the global head of Health, Safety, Environment and Communities, will take on the role of Group executive, Health, Safety & Environment. Andrew Harding, currently Iron Ore chief executive, will leave the business. Debra Valentine is the Legal & Regulatory Affairs Group executive.