Posted June 15, 2020

Ingersoll Rand names new CFO

Ingersoll Rand Inc. appointed Vikram “Vik” Kini as its senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Vik KiniKini will be succeeded by Kristen Actis-Grande as vice president of investor relations and financial planning and analysis. Emily Weaver, current CFO, is leaving to pursue other opportunities. Weaver will remain with the company through the end of the month to assist in the transition to Kini.

Kini has an extensive financial background spanning nearly 20 years, which includes almost 10 years with Ingersoll Rand (formerly Gardner Denver) where he has held various senior positions across the organization, most recently leading the global FP&A organization and serving as the head of investor relations. During his time with the company, Kini has also served as the vice president of finance for the Industrials Segment and held leadership positions within treasury and IT. Prior to joining Ingersoll Rand in 2011, Kini held finance roles of increasing responsibility for General Electric and SABIC. Kini will relocate from Milwaukee to Davidson, N.C.

“Vik is an exceptionally talented leader with whom I have worked side-by-side since I started as CEO of Gardner Denver five years ago. He has held various critical roles at the company including as the finance lead during the integration planning and execution for the merger,” said Vicente Reynal, chief executive officer. “Vik has broad financial experience and excellent management capabilities with knowledge of our business and all aspects of the finance and IT functions of a multi-faceted organization. For nearly a decade, Vik has served as a trusted advisor to leaders across our organization and will continue to be an integral leader in our efforts to execute our strategic plan to deliver both near and long-term value for our stockholders.”