Unilever CFO Huët to step down

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Unilever CFO Huët to step down

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Unilever’s chief financial officer Jean-Marc Huët is to leave the company on October 1 and will be replaced by Graeme Pitkethly, executive vice president of Unilever’s business in the UK and Ireland.

Pitkethly joined Unilever in 2002 and has held several senior financial roles within the company, including as head of M&A; head of treasury, pensions and tax; and CFO of Unilever Indonesia. Huët has been with the company since 2010.

The company’s chief executive Paul Polman said in a statement: “We welcome Graeme as Unilever’s Chief Financial Officer and a member of the Unilever Leadership Executive as of 1 October 2015. His broad financial experience, deep operating knowledge and track-record in both business and people development make him an ideal addition to help Unilever through the next stages of its transformation to a sustainable competitive and profitable company in its industry.”

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