Markham retires as Unilever CFO

Rudy Markham has announced his retirement from
Unilever. The
FTSE 100 giant’s   CFO
will step down after the company’s AGMs in May.  

Markham joined the Board in 1998 as strategy and technology director,
graduating to the CFO’s role in 2000.

Unilever, one of the world’s leading suppliers of fast moving consumer goods,

with a portfolio that includes some of the world’s best-known brands –
Hellmann’s mayonnaise, Lipton, Bertolli, and Dove – also announced the
nomination of three new non-executives for apporoval at its AGMs in Rotterdam
and London.   

Patrick Cescau, Unilever’s chief exec said: ‘I would like to take this
opportunity to thank Rudy for his excellent contribution to the business. He has
been a tremendous colleague, and an astute and highly effective CFO.’ 

Unilever said: ‘His successor will be announced in due course’.

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