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Most Valuable CEO #6 – Louis C. Camilleri

#6 Louis C. Camilleri   Philip Morris Louis C. Camilleri became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Philip Morris International …

Louis C. Camilleri, Philip Morris
#6 Louis C. Camilleri

 

Philip Morris

Louis C. Camilleri became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Philip Morris International in 2008, following the spin-off of Philip Morris International from Altria Group, Inc.

Louis joined Philip Morris International in 1978. Prior to being CEO, he had been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Altria, since 2002 and Chairman of Kraft Foods from 2002 to 2007. He had previously served as Altria’s Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer since November 1996.

Score 2010 Score % Change In Score Market Value/Invested Capital Three-Year EM EM Change Mgmt Quality
94.1 96.9 -3.0% A A A A

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