Greenyard Foods announces that Carl Peeters will join the company as Chief Financial Officer, effective as from October, 2016. He will also be part of Greenyard Foods’ Leadership Team and will report directly to Marleen Vaesen, CEO.
Carl Peeters is a seasoned senior executive with extensive international experience in different management roles, including finance.
After an initial start at Agfa Gevaert he currently works at Barco where he started in 1987. Whereas his initial roles were in business development and general management, he took up his first senior finance role when he became the CFO of BarcoNet in 2000, when this division became a separate public company. After the delisting of BarcoNet in 2002, he rejoined Barco to become Senior Vice President. He was appointed Group CFO of Barco NV in 2010.
Carl Peeters is Belgian and holds a degree in Applied Economics and a Postgraduate degree in Business Administration. He is also a graduate from Stanford’s Executive Program.
CEO Marleen Vaesen comments on the announcement: ‘We are very pleased that Carl Peeters will join Greenyard Foods as Chief Financial Officer. Carl brings a broad experience in finance and other management areas, and a wealth of expertise. He will strengthen our management team to further grow Greenyard Foods into a unique global player in fruit and vegetables.’
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