Former Pa. Gov. Ridge Resigns From Exelon, Peco Energy Boards
Oct 6th 2013 10:45PM
Updated Oct 6th 2013 10:46PM
Former Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Ridge is stepping down from the boards of Exelon and Peco Energy to pursue a business opportunity with PricewaterhouseCoopers .
The companies disclosed the change late Friday in a joint filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. PwC serves as independent accountant for Exelon and Peco.
Ridge, for his part, leaves a hole on two of Exelon's board committees: Energy Delivery Oversight and Risk Oversight. Peco is one of three Exelon utility subsidiaries and key to its long-term growth strategy.
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