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Republic names Serianni as new CFO

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By: SWR Staff
2014-08-26

Republic Services Inc. has announced that Charles “Chuck” Serianni, 52, has been named executive VP and chief financial officer, effective immediately.

Serianni has been with Republic for 17 years and has held senior field and corporate finance positions of increasing responsibility, including senior vice president and chief accounting officer. Serianni succeeds Glenn Culpepper who has left the company to pursue other opportunities.

Republic Services, the nation's second largest recycling and waste company, launches new brand positioning and tagline.“Chuck's broad financial experience and long, successful tenure at Republic position him and the company for continued success,” stated president and CEO Donald Slager. “He is a proven member of our leadership team and has a deep understanding of Republic and our business objectives that drive long-term growth and shareholder value.

Serianni has 30 years of corporate financial experience. He joined Republic Services in 1997 and during his tenure has brought key leadership and collaboration to strategic business opportunities in order to successfully advance the Company's goals and objectives. Serianni has significant experience with Securities and Exchange Commission rules and regulations, mergers and acquisitions, operational accounting, treasury and insurance.

“Since joining the Company back in 1997, I have had the unique pleasure and pride in seeing Republic Services evolve into the growth-oriented, customer-focused organization that it is today. I look forward to the opportunity to continue Republic's strong legacy as its chief financial officer, as we continue to execute our strategy to deliver consistent earnings and cash flow growth.”

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