Pentair Names Dennis Cassidy President of Valves & Controls Segment


Pentair announced that it has named Dennis Cassidy as president of its Valves & Controls segment (V&C) and an officer of the company, effective April 11.

Cassidy joins Pentair with more than 20 years of industry experience with a primary focus on leading strategy-based transformation programs for global oil, gas, and chemical companies. Prior to joining Pentair, Dennis was a managing director at AlixPartners Enterprise Improvement Group and co-leader of the Energy practice. Before joining AlixPartners in 2012, Cassidy was a vice president of Booz and Company, where he led the chemicals, and the oil and gas practices. He also was a principal in A.T. Kearney s oil and gas practice, and was a global sales and marketing manager at ExxonMobil.

"We are pleased to name Dennis as the new leader for the V&C segment," said Randall J. Hogan, Pentair chairman and CEO. "With his extensive industry experience and track record, we welcome his effective and transformative leadership to advance the V&C organization in today s environment."´

Cassidy received his MBA from Southern Methodist University and his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Texas A&M University. He will be based in Schaffhausen, Switzerland with the V&C leadership team.

Source: Pentair plc.

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