Mondi plc has announced that Mike Powell will be appointed as Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and as an Executive Director of Mondi plc. The effective date of Mike’s appointment will be announced in due course.
Powell succeeds Andrew King who was appointed as Mondi’s Group CEO in April 2020. Powell’s appointment follows a thorough recruitment process involving internal and external candidates.
Andrew King, CEO, commented: “We are delighted that Mike will be joining the Mondi team. He has significant financial and strategic experience having been Chief Financial Officer and an Executive Director of a number of large international listed companies, most recently Ferguson plc. We are confident that Mike’s clear operational focus, strong leadership experience and knowledge of operating in large industrial groups across a variety of geographies will be instrumental in driving forward Mondi’s strategy.”
Mike Powell added: “I am excited to be joining Mondi as CFO and look forward to working with Andrew, the Board and Mondi colleagues to continue to develop and grow the business, delivering Mondi’s strategy and helping to ensure its long-term sustainable future.”
Powell has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Accounting from the University of Manchester and is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. He started his career at Pilkington plc, spending 15 years in a variety of finance and operational roles. He went on to become CFO at Nippon Sheet Glass and then AZ Electronic Materials plc. He was subsequently appointed Group Finance Director at BBA Aviation plc before taking up his current role as Group CFO at Ferguson plc. He was also a non-executive director of Low & Bonar plc from December 2016 to May 2020.
Powell will be appointed to Mondi’s Executive Committee with effect from his appointment to Mondi’s Board.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/27052020/mondi-appoints-group-chief-financial-officer/
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