New Danish Crown CFO appointed

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New Danish Crown CFO appointed

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Pork producer Danish Crown has announced Ole Vesterbæk as its new chief financial officer (CFO).

Vesterbæk is currently the CFO and COO for shoe business Ecco USA. He will start in his new role on 1 October.

According to Danish Crown management, Ole comes to his new role with business insight and broad financial experience, and has had several similar positions in global companies in China, Asia, the United States and Western Europe.

Søren F. Eriksen, CEO of Danish Crown Pork, said: “I am happy to welcome Ole in his new role. He is a leader with great international experience and in-depth understanding of finance transformation processes like the one we are currently working on.”

He has held several positions at Ecco, currently based in Ecco USA. Previously, he has held various roles in international companies such as Lantmännen Unibake, Velux, Cadbury-Dandy and Deloitte. He became a Bachelor of Business Economics from Aalborg University in 1995 and holds a Cand.Merc.Aud. examination.

On his appointment, Ole Vesterbæk said: “I look forward to working for Danish Crown and using my international and professional experience to increase the value for our owners.”

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