GE Names Vice President of Investor Relations

BOSTON –  GE (NYSE: GE) today announced that Steve Winoker will join GE as vice president of investor relations, effective January 22, 2019. In this role, Winoker will be responsible for communicating the vision and value of GE’s transformation with its shareholders and the financial community. Winoker joins GE from UBS and he has covered U.S. Industrial companies for over a decade. He succeeds Todd Ernst, who is leaving GE to pursue opportunities outside of the company.

Jamie Miller, chief financial officer of GE, said, “As a highly respected analyst in our sector, Steve brings deep financial and strategic analytical skills as well as extensive understanding of large industrial companies to the role. His strong network of relationships across the financial community will be a great asset as we continue to strengthen GE.”

H. Lawrence Culp, Jr., chairman and chief executive officer of GE, said, “Steve has a deep understanding of our industry, which will bring tremendous value to his interactions with the financial community and inside GE. His extensive experience – not only as an analyst, but as an operator at other large industrial companies – makes him the right leader for this role. I am excited he is joining the team.”

Winoker joins GE from UBS where he served most recently as Managing Director for U.S. Multi-Industry and Electrical Equipment and Sector Head for U.S. Industrials. In this role, he served large global institutional investor clients and authored more than 450 publications covering industrial companies, including GE. Prior to UBS, Winoker held a series of leadership roles in sell-side research, marketing, strategy, financial services and sales, including work at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., Honeywell Corporation, United Technologies Corporation, and Bain & Company, Inc.

Winoker said, “I have covered GE for more than 10 years and know the impact the company has on the world. GE makes technology that matters, and I am excited to be a part of the team that revitalizes an American icon for its employees, customers, shareholders and the world.”

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