Leadership & governance

Recognised as a leader in business ethics, Pitney Bowes corporate governance emphasises accountability, oversight and sound operating principles.

Meet our leadership team

Good principles have their rewards. They build trust among our customers, shareholders, employees and communities.

Code of ethics

Governance principles


Amended and Restated Certificate of Incorporation

Insider trading policy

The five Board Committees include Audit, Executive, Executive Compensation, Finance and Governance.

Name Audit Executive Executive
Finance Governance
Anne M. Busquet   x x   x*
Robert M. Dutkowsky     x   x
Anne Sutherland Fuchs     x   x
Mary J. Steele Guilfoile x     x  
S. Douglas Hutcheson   x   x* x
Marc Lautenbach   x      
Michael I. Roth x x*   x  
Linda Sanford x x x*    
David L. Shedlarz x* x   x  

*Committee Chair

Daniel J. Goldstein

Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary

Steven J. Green

Vice President Finance and Chief Accounting Officer

Marc B. Lautenbach

President and Chief Executive Officer

Roger Pilc

Roger Pilc

Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer

Debbie Salce

Debbie Salce

Vice President and Treasurer

Joseph Schmitt

Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Lila Snyder

Executive Vice President and President, Global Ecommerce

Christoph Stehmann

Executive Vice President and President, Enterprise Solutions Group 

Johnna G. Torsone

Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

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