Bangor Punta Board of Directors, Officers, Executive Offices, Etc.

Listing of the Bangor Punta Board of Directors, Officers, Executive Offices, ad Corporate Information from the Inside Back Cover of the 1976 Annual Report.

Listing of the Bangor Punta Board of Directors, Officers, Executive Offices, ad Corporate Information from the Inside Back Cover of the 1976 Annual Report. GGA Image ID # 15d50c88e5

Listing of the Bangor Punta Board of Directors, Officers, Executive Offices, Ad Corporate Information From the Inside Back Cover of the 1976 Annual Report. Also Includes Information About Their 1976 Annual Meeting and Information About Their SEC Form 10-K.

Board of Directors [Note ]

  • Gerald B. Brewer President, Producers Cotton Oil Company
  • * Stephen Galle Senior Vice President [Note ]
  • William G. Gunn Senior Vice President [Note ]
  • William E. Hill International Business Consultant
  • * Curtis M. Hutchins Chairman, Dead River Company - distribution of petroleum products and management of timberlands
  • * Sheldon Kaplan Partner, Maslon, Kaplan, Edelman, Borman, Brand & McNulty - law firm
  • * Frederick H. Kingsbury, Jr. Partner, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. - bankers
  • * John H. Laeri, Jr., Executive Vice President Hornblower & Weeks - Hemphill, Noyes, Inc. - investment bankers
  • James J. McNulty Chairman, Emery Air Freight Corporation
  • George H. Seal Retired, active as a Director of various companies
  • * James E. Stewart Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Executive Committee; Chairman of the Board, Lone Star Industries, Inc. - cement and construction materials business and distribution and retailing of building materials
  • * David W. Wallace Chairman of the Board and President
  • Harry C. Wood President, A.W. Benkert & Co., Inc. - investment advisors

Officers

  • David W. Wallace Chairman of the Board and President [Note ]
  • Stephen Galle Senior Vice President [Note ]
  • William G. Gunn Senior Vice President [Note ]
  • Dudley C. Phillips Senior Vice President and General Counsel [Note ]
  • Gerald B. Brewer Vice President [Note ]
  • Harold N. Ehrenstrom Vice President [Note ]
  • Lewis J. Hecker Vice President [Note ]
  • Jonathan Lushing Vice President, Financial Planning and Control [Note ]
  • John J. Martin Vice President and Secretary
  • James L. Oberg Vice President [Note ]
  • David L. Ottenstein Vice President and Treasurer [Note ]

* Member of the Executive Committee [Note ]

Executive Offices

Bangor Punta Corporation
Bangor Punta Operations, Inc.
Bangor Punta International Capital Company
One Greenwich Plaza
Greenwich, Connecticut 06830
(203) xxx-xxxx

New York City Tie-line: (212) xxx-xxxx
Telex: xx-xxxx
Cable: BNK-Greenwich

Bangor Punta Overseas S.A.
5 rue Saint-Ours 1205
Geneva, Switzerland
(022)xx xx xx
Telex: (845) xxx xxx

Corporate Information

New York Stock Exchange Listings

  • Common Stock (BNK) $1.25
  • Convertible Preference Stock (BNK Pr) $2.00
  • Convertible Preference Stock — Series C (BNK Pr C)
  • 5 3/4 % Subordinated Bonds, due 1992
  • 8 1/4% Convertible Subordinated Debentures, due 1994

Bangor Punta International Capital Company:
5 1/4% Guaranteed Convertible Debentures, due 1988
Also listed on Luxembourg Stock Exchange

American and Pacific Coast Stock Exchanges

Common Stock Warrants — Series C, expiring March 31, 1981 (BNK WS C)

Midwest and Pacific Coast Stock Exchanges

Common and $2.00 Preference

Transfer Agents for the Common and Preference Stocks

Chemical Bank
55 Water Street
New York, New York 10041

The First National Bank of Boston
100 Federal Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02110

1976 Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of stockholders will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 1, 1977, at the Marie Cole Auditorium, 101 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich, Connecticut. The Notice of Meeting, Proxy and Proxy Statement will be mailed to stockholders on or about January 28, 1977.

SEC Form 10-K

The Form 10-K report, filed annually with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Is available on request. It may be obtained by writing to: Thomas K. Hernly, Assistant Vice President, Bangor Punta Corporation, One Greenwich Plaza, Greenwich, Connecticut 06830.

A board of directors is a group of people who jointly supervise the activities of an organization, which can be either a for-profit business, nonprofit organization, or a government agency. Such a board's powers, duties, and responsibilities are determined by government regulations (including the jurisdiction's corporations' law) and the organization's own constitution and bylaws. These authorities may specify the number of members of the board, how they are to be chosen, and how often they are to meet.

In the corporate hierarchy, the senior vice president (SVP) is considered one of the members of upper management. Often, this is a person of enormous influence in an organization who is stationed at the corporate headquarters and is usually in charge of an entire division or department.

Ibid

Chief Operating Officer (COO) - The COO is responsible for the daily operation of the company. James E. Stewart Vice Chairman and Chairman of the Executive Committee A vice- or deputy chairperson, subordinate to the chairperson, is sometimes chosen to assist and to serve as chairperson in the latter's absence, or when a motion involving the chairperson is being discussed. In the absence of the chairperson and vice-chairperson, groups sometimes elect a chairperson pro temporeto fill the role for a single meeting. In some organizations that have both titles, deputy chairperson ranks higher than vice-chairperson, as there are often multiple vice-chairpersons but only a single deputy chair.

In the corporate hierarchy, the senior vice president (SVP) is considered one of the members of upper management. Often, this is a person of enormous influence in an organization who is stationed at the corporate headquarters and is usually in charge of an entire division or department.

Ibid

In a company, the person holding the position typically reports directly to the CEO, and their duties involve overseeing and identifying the legal issues in all departments and their interrelation, including engineering, design, marketing, sales, distribution, credit, finance, human resources and production, as well as corporate governance and business policy. This would naturally require in most cases reporting directly to the owner or CEO overseeing the very business on which the CLO is expected to be familiar with and advise on the most confidential level. This requires the CLO/general counsel to work closely with each of the other officers, and their departments, to appropriately be aware and advise.

VPs are extremely senior positions directly reporting to C-level executives

Ibid

Ibid

The CFO of this Company. The chief financial officer is officer of a company that has primary responsibility for managing the company's finances, including financial planning, management of financial risks, record-keeping, and financial reporting. In some sectors, the CFO is also responsible for analysis of data.

VPs are extremely senior positions directly reporting to C-level executives

Treasurer or Chief Financial Officer: This person is essentially in charge of funds within the business. In a larger corporation, the CFO would do more oversight of financial operations within the company.

The executive committee is a standing committee that often acts as a steering committee for the full board. Functioning as a steering committee, the executive committee prioritizes issues for the full board to address.

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