Monsanto CFO to retire after 32 years

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Monsanto’s executive vice president and chief financial officer Terry Crews has announced his retirement at the age of 53, after 32 years with what is now the world’s largest seed company.

Executive vice president of strategy and operations Carl Casale, 48, is due to take over from Crews from September 1 with Crews continuing to work as special assistant to the CEO until November 30.

Crews said: "This company has a bright future with strong investments in places that can make a difference for farmers, our people and our shareowners. After careful consideration with my family, I've decided this is the right time to cap my long career and ensure a successful transition as the company embarks on its next decade of innovation."

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