To drive the necessary consistent, transparent and centralised approach to communicating with the investment community and other key stakeholders focused on sustainability around the world, Air Products has appointed Simon Moore as Vice-President of Investor Relations and Corporate Relations.


Source: Air Products

In his expanded role, Moore (pictured left) will have global leadership responsibility for Air Products’ sustainability strategy and goals and will lead the company’s Sustainability Council. 

“The world is focused on sustainability, and so are we,” said Seifi Ghasemi, Chairman, President and CEO at Air Products.

“The investment community is increasingly interested in the steps our company is taking to build a more sustainable future.”

“Having Simon lead this effort will further raise the profile of our activities and give greater insight to our many stakeholders who consider environmental, social and governance criteria when assessing public companies.”

In the investor relations area, Moore is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with investors and analysts through an ongoing dialogue about Air Products’ corporate, business and financial objectives and growth opportunities.

As corporate relations lead, he has responsibility for the company’s global government relations, community relations and philanthropy.

Moore also serves as Vice Chairman of the Air Products Political Alliance Steering Committee, and President of the Air Products Foundation, a separately incorporated 501(c)(3) tax-exempt foundation designed to build meaningful relationships with charitable organizations that share Air Products’ values.

Moore joined Air Products in 1990 as a merchant gases sales representative and subsequently supported hydrogen onsite business development. He was named tonnage business manager of the West Gulf Coast pipeline system in 1998.

In 2004, he relocated to Taiwan and was named director of fab development for electronics, then global director of electronic materials in 2007.

He returned to the US in 2010 as director of investor relations. He added responsibility for corporate relations in 2016.