Jason Hollander Joins Diebold as Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer

Diebold Inc. has named Jason S. Hollander vice president and chief compliance officer. In this newly created position, Hollander will be responsible for overseeing the implementation, expansion and continual improvement of the company's ethics and compliance program, and work to ensure the program is effective according to best industry practices and government standards.

Hollander comes to Diebold from Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and its spinoff company, ABA Insurance Services Inc., where he most recently served as senior attorney and was responsible for various compliance initiatives. Prior to Progressive Casualty Insurance Company, Hollander represented large, publicly-traded companies and financial institutions while at the law firm Ulmer & Berne LLP in Cleveland, Ohio.

"For 152 years Diebold has built a reputation for doing business with integrity, and we realize that integrity serves as the foundation for Diebold's brand promise and our credibility in the marketplace," said Thomas W. Swidarski, Diebold president and chief executive officer. "Jason brings valuable expertise and knowledge to this new role, and we look forward to working with Jason to expand and enhance our ethics and compliance program."

A native of Boston, Hollander holds a juris doctor from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio, and a bachelor's degree in history from Washington University in St. Louis. Hollander is a member of the American Bar Association and its consumer financial services committee, and the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and its membership committee.

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