Allison Transmission Makes Promotion, Appointment

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Allison Transmission Holdings Inc. has promoted G. Frederick Bohley (pictured) to vice president of finance, in addition to his role as treasurer. In March 2016, he was promoted to vice president. In August 2014, business planning was added to his responsibilities, and in January 2013, he took on the role of investor relations. In October 2007, Bohley was promoted to executive director of financial planning and analysis, pricing and international finance. In 2006 he became director of international marketing and business planning. In 2003 Bohley was promoted to director of Latin American operations, based in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In 2001, he joined marketing, sales and service where he held the position of national account executive. Bohley started his career at Allison in 1991 in the finance organization where he held positions of increasing responsibility until 2001. Bohley holds a bachelor's degree in business, with majors in accounting and finance, from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

Allison also appointed Raymond Posadas director of investor relations. He previously served as an advisor with Arbor Advisory Group, an investor relations consultancy. In 2012, he joined Solebury Communications as an analyst and was then promoted to vice president. Posadas started his career at Goldman Sachs in 2006, where he held various roles within the firm's prime brokerage business and derivative operations. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration, with majors in management science and finance, from the Lubin School of Business at Pace University.

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