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Coca-Cola Hellenic Appoints New Chief Financial Office

Coca-Cola Hellenic Appoints New Chief Financial Office
December 19
11:56 2011

Athens-based Coca-Cola Hellenic, the world’s second-largest bottler of products of The Coca-Cola Company, has announced that its chief financial officer, Robert Murray, will resign from the group to return to his native USA during 2012. Michalis Imellos, currently general manager of Coca-Cola Hellenic inRomania & Moldova will succeed Robert Murray in the position as chief financial officer. To ensure a seamless transition the appointment will take effect in the second quarter of 2012.

 

Robert Murray comments: “The opportunity to be part of Coca-Cola Hellenic’s leadership team has been a privilege and a learning experience at a personal and a professional level. The time has now come for me and my wife to relocate back to the USA to be close to our family.”

 

Michalis Imellos joined Coca-Cola Hellenic in July 2008 as Region Finance Director for several of Coca-Cola Hellenic’s markets including Nigeria, Romania, Moldova, Serbia, Montenegro and Bulgaria. In July of 2011, he was appointed general manager of Romania & Moldova.

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