Engineering firm SNC-Lavalin hires former Siemens exec

“Troubled engineering giant SNC-Lavalin has hired a former Siemens executive to guide the company on ethics and matters of corporate governance. Andreas Pohlmann will begin his duties as chief compliance officer on March 1, SNC-Lavalin said Friday,” a Canadian Press article, republished by CBC news online, wrote late last week. The article continued, “Former SNC CEO Pierre Duhaime and another former top executive, Riadh Ben Aissa, are facing fraud charges stemming from a contract involving the building of the multibillion-dollar McGill University Health Centre in Montreal. Pohlmann has more than two decades of experience in compliance, governance, public and governmental affairs, and as corporate counsel in the United States and abroad. He was the chief compliance officer at Siemens AG and oversaw the creation and implementation of its compliance and corporate governance system. ‘We are extremely pleased to have someone of Andreas’ calibre join our team as we work towards developing the best standards possible at SNC-Lavalin,’ said president and CEO Robert Card.” Read the full article here.

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