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Delphi announces leadership changes

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Troy, Mi., USA - February 25, 2010, Troy, Mi., USA - 5, 2010) - Delphi Automotive LLP announced that CFO John D. Sheehan plans to leave the company, effective March 31.



In 1982, Mr. Sheehan began his experience at KPMG LLP, a global network of professional advisory firms, in Stamford, Connecticut. In 1993, he transferred to London where he worked with non-U.S. companies seeking to access the U.S. capital markets and as such required U.S. GAAP financial information. In 1994, he transferred to Germany to focus on serving KPMG's German clients with U.S. GAAP needs.

In 1995, Mr. Sheehan was named a partner. During his tenure in Germany, his clients included DaimlerChrysler AG, Fresenius Medical Care AG and Adidas AG. In 2001, Mr. Sheehan transferred to Detroit where he assumed overall responsibility for KPMG's services to the DaimlerChrysler Group North America account. While at KPMG LLP, Mr. Sheehan's clients also included General Electric Company and Motorola Corporation.

In July 2002, Mr. Sheehan joined Delphi Corporation as chief accounting officer and controller. In March 2005, he was named acting chief financial officer overseeing Delphi's treasury, tax, mergers and acquisitions, internal and external reporting, internal control, budgeting, forecasting and financial planning and analysis. He was named chief restructuring officer, chief accounting officer and controller in October 2005 and to his current position as vice president and chief financial officer of Delphi in October 2008.

Mr. Sheehan earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from St. Bonaventure University (St. Bonaventure, NY) in 1982. He is a licensed certified public accountant in Michigan and Connecticut. Mr. Sheehan is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

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