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William F. Oplinger to Become Alcoa CFO, Effective April 1, 2013

Alcoa (NYSE: AA) announced today that William F. Oplinger, 45, will
become Chief Financial Officer effective April 1, 2013, succeeding
Charles D. McLane, Jr., 59, who plans to retire after a 40-year career
with the company.

William F. (Bill) Oplinger will become Chief Financial Officer for Alcoa, effective April 2013. He succeeds Chuck McLane, who is retiring. (Photo: Business Wire)

“Chuck McLane has been vital to Alcoa's success during one of the most
challenging periods in the company's history,” said Klaus Kleinfeld,
Alcoa Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “It is not easy to replace
someone who has been a giant figure at Alcoa and in the aluminum
industry for decades. But with his deep experience, wide-ranging
business knowledge and excellent judgment,

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