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Allison Transmission announces new CFO

Fully automatic transmission manufacturer, Allison, has appointed Frederick Bohley as Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer, effective 1 June.

"Fred has been an instrumental member of our organisation for many years," said Allison President and CFO, David Graziosi. "I have worked closely with Fred, and I am confident in his ability to continue driving our vision and values in his new role as Chief Financial Officer."

Bohley has been with Allison Transmission since 1991 and currently serves as Vice President, Finance and Treasurer. He began his career with the Finance department where he held positions of increasing responsibility, including General Accountant, Tax Specialist, Internal Auditor, Plant Analyst, Manager of Manufacturing Analysis and Manager of Financial Planning and Analysis.

In 2001, Bohley joined Marketing, Sales and Service where he held the position of National Account Executive. In 2003, he relocated to Sao Paulo, Brazil, as Director of Latin American Operations, and he returned in 2006 as Director of International Marketing and Business Planning. In October 2007, following Allison's divestiture from General Motors, Bohley rejoined the Finance department and was promoted to Executive Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, Pricing and International Finance.

He added Investor Relations to his responsibilities in January 2013 and Business Planning in August 2014. He was promoted to Vice President, with the added responsibility of supervising the treasury department, in March 2016 and became Treasurer in July 2017.

"I am honoured to assume the role of Chief Financial Officer," said Bohley. "I look forward to working with Dave, the Allison leadership team and our board of directors to ensure Allison remains an industry leader in fully automatic transmissions, while also realising new opportunities that lie ahead. We are focused on improving the way the world works."

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