Vice President, Alcoa Corporation
President, Alcoa Cast Products
Tim Reyes is Vice President of Alcoa Corporation and President, Alcoa Cast Products, responsible for the company’s cast products business comprised of 13 operating locations globally. The business is focused on creating higher-value, differentiated metal products including rolling slab, extrusion and forging billet, foundry alloys, and wire rod which are sold to external and internal fabricators. Tim is also responsible for managing Alcoa’s commodity price risk management team, and he is a member of the London Metal Exchange’s Physical Market Committee. In addition, Tim is a member of the Board of Directors of the U.S. Aluminum Association, the industry trading organization.
Prior to the separation of Alcoa into two independent companies, Tim served as President of Alcoa Materials Management for Alcoa Inc. In this role, he was responsible for the commercial activities related to primary metals, alumina, and bauxite and commodity price risk management and transportation for the Corporation.
Tim joined Alcoa in 1999 as Vice President of Alcoa Materials Management in charge of metal price risk management. He has held various assignments including Director of Alcoa Europe’s metal management group in Lausanne, Switzerland; Senior Vice President of Alcoa Materials Management, responsible for Alcoa’s metal trading activities; and Vice President, Marketing and Sales for Alcoa World Alumina, responsible for various commercial organizations within both Alcoa World Alumina and Alcoa Primary Products, covering smelter and chemical grade aluminas, bauxite, bulk freight and specialty powders.
Earlier in his career, Tim held trading positions with F&S International, a subsidiary of STINNES/VEBA (now EON) and co-founded the Tricor Group, both based in New York City.
Tim currently serves on the Board of the Directors of Purity Zinc Metals, Inc. located in Clarksville, TN. In addition, he has previously served as an industry member of the London Metal Exchange’s Aluminum and Warehouse Committees, as well as the Aluminum Association’s Recycling Committee His nonprofit work included serving on the Board of Directors of the East Tennessee Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and the Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum.
Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, Tim graduated from Boston College with a degree in finance. He and his wife, Andrea, have one son, Evan.