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Nestle CFO tipped to be top choc

Successor to Peter Brabeck to be named in September

Paul
Polman,
the chief financial officer of the world’s biggest food company
Nestle, has been tipped to become its next
CEO.

Reports from Zurich suggest that Polman will succeed current chief executive
Peter Brabeck.

Polman has been credited with reinvigorating the group’s financial
management, the FT said.

A successor will be named next month.

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