Matthew T. Ratajczak was elected vice president - global tax and treasurer in April 2012. He provides centralized management for RPM's global tax and treasury functions, which now includes added responsibility for the company's cash, credit and debt management functions. Mr. Ratajczak joined RPM as director of tax in July 2004 and was elected vice president - global tax in 2005, with responsibility for developing the strategic direction of RPM's domestic and international tax function, including management of all areas of worldwide income tax planning and compliance. He began his career in the Cleveland office of Ernst & Young LLP in 1990 and later spent three years as director, global tax with Noveon, Inc. Mr. Ratajczak is a magna cum laude graduate of Kent State University and a certified public accountant.
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