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Jamie Miller to step down as Cargill’s CFO

January 14, 2023
Food & Drink

Cargill has announced that its CFO Jamie Miller will be stepping down from the position on 13 January 2023 to take a role at another company.

Joanne Knight, currently vice president of finance for the business’ agriculture supply chain division, will become Cargill’s acting CFO.

Cargill president and CEO, Brian Sikes, said: “We are grateful for Jamie’s service to Cargill. Over the last few years, we have further strengthened our business model, expanded our business portfolio, and are well-positioned for long-term success.”

He added: “Joanne is highly regarded by the board and executive team for her strong track record of leadership and operating results and is well-equipped to take the role of acting CFO. She will step into the role from a position of strength as a seasoned finance leader who has built her career on delivering results through dynamic market cycles.”

“Together, we will grow with customers, strengthen our core and thoughtfully target new markets to ensure we are a reliable, sustainable partner for our customers – today and in the future.”

By Rafaela Sousa

Source: foodbev.com

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