STMicroelectronics' CEO Discusses Q1 2012 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

STMicroelectronics NV (STM)

Q1 2012 Earnings Call

April 24, 2012 9:00 am ET


Tait Sorensen - Director, IR

Carlo Bozotti - President and CEO

Philippe Lambinet - CSO and EVP, Digital Sector

Mario Arlati - CFO

Carmelo Papa - EVP, Industrial and Multi-segment Sector

Jean-Marc Chery - EVP, Manufacturing, Technology and R&D

Lorenzo Grandi - Corporate VP, External Reporting

Claudia Levo - Corporate VP, Communications

Carlo Ferro - COO, ST-Ericsson


Sandeep Deshpande - JPMorgan

Simon Schafer - Goldman Sachs

Stephane Houri - Natixis

Francois Meunier - Morgan Stanley

Janardan Menon - Liberum Capital

Amit Harchandani - Citigroup

Jerome Ramel - BNP Paribas

Gareth Jenkins - UBS

Jürgen Wagner - MainFirst

Kai Korschelt - Deutsche Bank

Martin O'Sullivan - Cenkos



Welcome to the STMicroelectronics first quarter 2012 earnings results conference call. (Operator Instructions) At this time, it's my pleasure to hand over to Mr. Tait Sorensen, Director, Investor Relations. Please go ahead, sir.

Tait Sorensen

Thank you to everyone for joining our first quarter 2012 conference call. Hosting the call today is Carlo Bozotti, ST's President and Chief Executive Officer. Joining Carlo on the call today are, Philippe Lambinet, Chief Strategic Officer and Executive Vice President of the Digital Sector; Mario Arlati, Chief Financial Officer; Carmelo Papa, Executive Vice President of the Industrial and Multi-segment Sector; Jean-Marc Chery, Executive Vice President, Manufacturing, Technology and R&D; Lorenzo Grandi, Corporate Vice President, External Reporting; and Claudia Levo, Corporate Vice President, Communications; and finally joining us is Carlo Ferro, Chief Operating Officer of ST-Ericsson.

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