LONDON – Following the unexpected death of Jerald Fishman. CEO of Analog Devices Inc. (Norwood, Mass.) in March 2013, the company has appointed Vincent Roche as president and CEO, and his election to the board of directors, effective immediately.
Roche, 53, joined ADI in 1988 as a marketing engineer in Limerick, Ireland. He has served in a number of senior executive positions including as vice president of worldwide sales from 2002 to 2009. Roche was appointed president of ADI in 2012 and has served as interim CEO since March 29, 2013 and the death of Fishman.
"Vince's long tenure and his deep understanding of our technology, customers, and markets will serve ADI well as we continue to execute on the strategic plan which Vince played a major role in shaping. I'm confident that Vince will continue the record of success in which all ADI employees take great pride," said Ray Stata, ADI co-founder and chairman, in a statement.
Vincent Roche, president and CEO of Analog Devices.
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