Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble

Jon R. Moeller Procter & Gamble CFO
Source: Procter & Gamble

Jon R. Moeller is chief financial officer of Procter & Gamble. He has been an integral part of P&G's leadership team for nearly a decade and has a 20-year track record of strong business and financial results.

Moeller has diverse experience across virtually all P&G businesses and finance disciplines. He has worked in nearly every part of P&G's business -- from laundry and cleaning in China to beauty and health globally. He has led major merger and acquisition operations, including the large and complex Wella acquisition and the divestitures of Folgers and of P&G's pharmaceutical business. In his previous role as vice president and treasurer, to which he was appointed in 2007, Moeller led P&G Investor Relations, P&G's Acquisitions and Divestitures group and established the capital structure, cash management and AA-credit rating that put P&G in a strong financial position for the near- and long-term.

Moeller joined P&G in 1988 and has worked in various financial roles throughout the company, including vice president, finance, P&G beauty and health, several assignments in finance for global beauty, corporate forecasting and analysis, and in China where he was finance director, laundry and personal cleansing as well as Asia food and beverage. He has also worked in an array of posts within Procter & Gamble's food and beverage businesses.

Moeller received his MBA in finance and a B.S in biology from Cornell University, where he has also served as a visiting lecturer at the Johnson Graduate School of Management. He is a member of the board of Monsanto and serves on a number of local advisory boards, including the executive board of the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the City of Covington Ethics Board. He is a member of the Cincinnati Business Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, member of the executive committee of the Cincinnati Commercial Club and a member of the Conference Board's Council of Financial Executives.