Alain Belda

Alain J. P. Belda has been a Managing Director of Warburg Pincus since 2009.[1] Previously he was the Chairman of the Board of Alcoa from January 2001; he was Chief Executive Officer from January 2001 until May 2008.[2]

Business experience

  • President and Chief Executive Officer of Alcoa from May 1999 to January 2001
  • President and Chief Operating Officer of Alcoa from 1997 to May 1999
  • He served as Alcoa's Vice Chairman from 1995 to 1997
  • Executive Vice President from 1994 to 1995;
  • From 1979 to 1994, he was President of Alcoa Aluminio S.A. in Brazil, Alcoa's Brazilian affiliate

Compensation

While CEO of Alcoa in 2007, Alain J. P. Belda earned a total compensation of $25,931,201, which included a base salary of $1,457,500, a cash bonus of $1,000,000, stocks granted of $6,978,791, and options granted of $13,558,026.[3]

Controversies

On October 6, 2005, in the paper EXAME in [3]), the reaction was negative from environmentalists opposed to the already controversial Kárahnjúkar hydroelectric dam, and others, as Icelandic citizens and other firms pay 8 times that.

Landsvirkjun for the slip-up, Salomão's article was removed from Alcoa's website.

Other directorships

Citigroup Inc. and E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and International Business Machines. Mr. Belda serves on the board of trustees of The Conference Board, the world's leading business membership and research organization, and is a member of the board of trustees of the Brown University Corporation.

References

External links

  • Alexa Salomão: Alcoa's only option (copy)
  • News story: Conflicting reports on energy prices paid by Alcoa to Landsvirkjun
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