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Ford Credit chief to retire

Tireless worker: Ford has acknowledged Bernard Silverstone’s “dedication and many contributions around the world” over almost 40 years – including a stint as head of Ford Credit Australia during the mid-1990s.

With strong links to Australia, top Ford finance exec Silverstone prepares to retire

General News logo9 Sep 2016


- Long-time Ford Motor Company finance executive and one-time managing director of Ford Credit Australia, Bernard Silverstone, will retire on October 1 after 37 years of service.

- Currently chairman and CEO of Ford Motor Credit Company and a group vice-president of FoMoCo, Mr Silverstone, 60, has held a wide range of senior positions over almost four decades as he worked his way up to the top ranks of the US automotive giant.

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