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Akzo Nobel names Maarten De Vries as CFO

September 19, 2017
Chemical Value Chain

Akzo Nobel said Tuesday that it has appointed Maarten de Vries as its next chief financial officer, effective Jan. 1, 2018.

The industrial-paints company said that once Mr. de Vries starts working the current interim CFO, Hans De Vriese, will move into the role of director of planning and transformation.

Mr. de Vries joins the company from Intertrust Group, a Netherlands-based international trust and corporate management company, where he also held the role of chief financial officer.

By Carlo Martuscelli

Source: MarketWatch

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