Rudi Huber

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Rudi Huber was president of Alcoa Europe from 2006 to 2010, and held various roles from 1981, including as Vice President. He is also president and previously chair of the European Aluminium Association.[1]

He has also served as Vice-chair of Eurometaux, the Brussels-based EU association of the nonferrous metals industry, and Amcham-EU (American Chamber of Commerce to the European Union).[2]

According to Alcoa:

'Rudolph P. (Rudi) Huber was named a vice president of Alcoa and Chief Information Officer (CIO) in 2000, leading the strategic direction and integration of Alcoa's global information systems. In 2003, he took on responsibility for Alcoa's Global Business Services organization and continued as CIO. His accountability for Alcoa's Global Business Services group included leveraging the global transactional processes and expert services for information technology, finance, procurement and human resources, with the focus of combining the regional organizations into one global structure.
Huber joined Alcoa in 1981 in Lausanne, Switzerland as credit manager in Europe, progressing to treasurer, European region in 1986. Two years later, he moved to Pittsburgh where he held several positions in the Finance organization until being named assistant treasurer in 1991. He returned to Lausanne a year later as director of finance and administration, Europe and chief financial officer for Alcoa Italia. In 1997 he moved to Perth, Western Australia as director of finance for Alcoa of Australia. He returned to the U.S. in 2000 as vice president and CIO based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and moved to New York in 2003 when he assumed his most recent position.
Rudi received a finance and management degree in 1975 from the School for Commerce in Lucerne and a second degree in higher economics in 1982 from the Institute for Management Education, Berne, Switzerland. He was named a fellow of the U.K. Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in 1998.' [3]



  1. Alcoa, Global News, March 4th 2010 Marcos Ramos Named President, Alcoa Europe; Rudi Huber to Retire Accessed 14/05/10
  2. Alcoa, Global News, March 4th 2010 Marcos Ramos Named President, Alcoa Europe; Rudi Huber to Retire Accessed 14/05/10
  3. Alcoa, Global News, May 12 2006 Alcoa Names Huber President - Alcoa European Region Accessed 14/05/10