Alan Clark to take over as SABMiller CEO in 2013
Business Day - Apr 23rd 2012, 14:08
Brewer SABMiller said on Monday that Alan Clark, currently head of its European business, would become chief operating officer in July, preparing the ground for him to succeed Graham Mackay as CEO.
The world's second-biggest brewer and maker of Miller Lite, Castle and Peroni beers said in a statement that Clark will take over from Mr Mackay as CE at the company's annual general meeting in 2013.
It added Mr Mackay, who has been CE since 1999, will become executive chairman for one year, before taking on the role of non-executive chairman at the 2013 AGM.
Meyer Kahn, who has been chairman of SABMiller since its primary listing on the London Stock Exchange in 1999, will retire after 46 years at the company, the group added.
The brewer, which also makes Grolsch, Snow, Pilsner Urquell and Aquila beers, said Sue Clark is to succeed Alan Clark as MD of SABMiller Europe with effect from July 26.
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