LaMoureaux Crowley VP Internal Audit, Ethics

Thursday, March 25, 2010
Photo courtesy Crowley

Crowley Maritime Corporation announced the promotion of Arthur LaMoureaux to vice president of internal audit, ethics and compliance. He will remain domiciled in Jacksonville and report directly to Crowley's board of directors and administratively to Vice Chairman and Executive Vice President Bill Pennella. 
 
"Given the size, scope and diversity of Crowley, we believe it is of the utmost importance to sharpen our focus even further on ethics and compliance," said Tom Crowley, chairman, president and CEO. "Arthur will be helping us expand our code of conduct, more clearly establish our confidential reporting structure, and coordinate even more training, education and communication on ethics and compliance."
 
LaMoureaux, who most recently served as director of internal audit, will take on an expanded role. In addition to his internal audit responsibilities, he will be monitoring and reporting on the company's compliance and ethics program and in providing guidance for the board of directors and senior management team on matters related to compliance. He will also work with the corporate legal department on policies and procedures and on strengthening Crowley's code of conduct.

(www.crowley.com)

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