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

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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)

β€œChuck 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. β€œIt 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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