Genuino M. Christino

EVP, Chief Financial Officer

Genuino M. Christino, executive vice president of ArcelorMittal, is group head of finance and a member of the group management committee since January 2016.

Genuino Christino joined Belgo-Mineira in Brazil in 2003 as an accounting manager. In 2005 after the reorganisation of the Brazilian operations that resulted in the creation of Arcelor Brazil, he was appointed general manager in charge of accounting, consolidation and reporting for Brazil. In 2007 Genuino also accumulated the tax and real estate functions for Brazil and South America. He played a leading role in several reorganisations in Brazil and in the set-up and development of the Brazilian shared services centre. In January 2009 Genuino took on the role of head of group accounting, consolidation and financial reporting. In 2014 group treasury was added to his responsibilities. He is also a member of the ArcelorMittal corporate finance and tax committee (CFTC). Prior to joining the Group, Genuino spent ten years at KPMG in Brazil and in the United Kingdom as an auditor and consultant.

Genuino Christino holds a Bachelor in accounting and business administration from Paulista University in São Paolo, Brazil and has also completed the Executive MBA Programme from Dom Cabral Foundation in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.

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