Allegro MicroSystems Appoints Derek D’Antilio as Chief Financial Officer | Your money

MANCHESTER, NH, January 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Allegro MicroSystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: ALGM) (“Allegro”), a global leader in sensing and power semiconductor technology, announced today as Paul Walsh, current Vice President Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Treasurer will retire. He will be replaced by Derek D’Antilio, who was selected after extensive research and will join Allegro’s management team effective January 10, 2022. Mr. Walsh will remain in an advisory capacity until February 4, 2022, in order to ensure a smooth and orderly transition of responsibilities.

Mr. D’Antilio will report to Ravi Vig, President and CEO, and oversee the company’s global finance team. He joins Allegro with more than 20 years of financial and operational experience in semiconductor and high technology companies. mobilization efforts and investor relations.

Prior to joining Allegro, Mr. D’Antilio most recently served as CFO of a Summit Partners holding company and helped lead the recent sale and recapitalization of the company. From February 2019 to March 2021, he served as Chief Financial Officer of IDEX Biometrics, a publicly traded and global semiconductor company, where he was instrumental in leading a Nasdaq listing and in preparing the company for increased production. Prior to IDEX Biometrics, Mr. D’Antilio spent eight years with MKS Instruments, a global supplier of equipment and services to the semiconductor and industrial markets and held a number of senior positions including that of Vice President and Corporate Controller, where he oversaw global accounting and reporting, FP&A, and treasury. Earlier in his career, Mr. D’Antilio was a CPA in Public Accountancy and was Director of Audit at PwC. Mr. D’Antilio holds a BSBA in Accounting from Salem State University and an MBA from Babson College.

“Derek has the right mix of business acumen and expertise to continue where Paul left off and help us reach new heights in terms of financial goals and long-term goals,” said Ravi Vig, President and CEO of Allegro. “We expect him to hit the ground while running.”

“I am delighted and honored to join Allegro at this important stage in the company’s journey to deliver innovative technologies for a safer and more sustainable future. Paul and the Allegro finance team have built a high performing finance function, and I look forward to continuing the good work with the team to execute our strategies and deliver value to our shareholders, ”commented Mr. D ‘Antilio.

Mr. Walsh joined the company in 2014, has a long history in the industry, and has helped strengthen the financial discipline and discipline of the company, ultimately supporting a successful IPO in October 2020.

“Paul was instrumental in guiding and supporting our strategic transformation which is now paying off in terms of record growth and profitability,” continued Mr. Vig. “Paul has been a great partner to me as we have led Allegro through our journey to become a successful public company. I fully support his decision to retire and wish him the best as he begins his next chapter. He leaves us with a solid financial foundation and a commitment to strong business fundamentals that will be a lasting legacy for Allegro. “

“Being on the staff of Allegro and seeing our goal of becoming a public company fulfilled has been the satisfying culmination of my years as CFO. I couldn’t be more proud of this team for all we’ve accomplished, ”said Paul Walsh. “As I look forward to my retirement, I have great faith in Allegro and Derek. I think they have all the right ingredients to continue to achieve the strategic goals of the company.

About Allegro MicroSystems

Allegro MicroSystems is a leading global designer, developer, manufacturer and distributor of application-specific sensor integrated circuits (“ICs”) and analog power supply integrated circuits enabling emerging technologies in the automotive and automotive markets. industry. Allegro’s diverse product portfolio provides efficient and reliable solutions for vehicle electrification, automotive ADAS safety functions, automation for Industry 4.0 and energy saving technologies for data centers and green energy applications.

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