Flowserve Corp., a leading provider of flow control products and services for the global infrastructure markets, said Jan. 8 that Amy B. Schwetz has been appointed senior vice president and CFO, effective February 24, 2020.
“Amy is a seasoned executive having served in various senior financial leadership roles over a 20-year career. She is a proven public company CFO who will leverage her significant operational and global experience to drive continued financial improvements for Flowserve and our shareholders,” Scott Rowe, Flowserve president and CEO, said.
Schwetz joins Flowserve having been the executive vice president and CFO at Peabody, a leading global pure-play coal company serving power and steel customers in more than 25 countries on six continents. Throughout her 14-year career at Peabody, she served in roles of increasing responsibility including vice president, capital and financial planning; vice president, investor relations; senior vice president finance – Australia; and for the past four years, CFO.
Prior to her tenure at Peabody, Schwetz spent eight years in various roles at Ernst & Young managing audit engagements with public and private companies ranging from $300 million to $10 billion in revenue.
Schwetz serves on the Board of Directors for Dril-Quip Inc., a manufacturer of offshore drilling and production equipment. Schwetz earned a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Indiana University and is a certified public accountant.
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