40% of senior executives to leave Reckitt Benckiser
Darrell Stein, senior vice president of information services, will leave on October 1.
Mr. Stein joined RB on 1 September 2014 from Marks & Spencer plc, the UK-headquartered international clothes and food retailer.
Mr. Stein was responsible for the development of Marks & Spencer’s global online platform.
Importantly, he also has experience of successfully delivering global ERP and supply chain systems, including SAP.
Prior to this, Mr. Stein spent five years with Vodafone in a number of increasingly senior roles culminating as global director information technology, strategy and planning.
Mr. Stein also spent five years with Ernst & Young as a programme manager and two years with Mars Inc. as business systems manager.
Deborah Yates, senior vice president of human resources, and Roberto Funari, executive vice president of category development, will leave at the end of the year.
Ms. Yates joined RB in 2004 in the Australian business.
Since then, she has worked in the US, UK and Netherlands.
Ms. Yates was appointed Global Human Resources Director (HRD) Finance and IS in 2009, Regional HRD ANZ in 2011, Regional HRD North America in 2012 and Area HRD Europe and North America in 2013.
In December 2014 Ms. Yates was appointed SVP of HR.
Before joining RB, she worked in a variety of industries in HR in Australia including News Limited, George Weston Foods Limited and Qantas Airways Limited.
Frederic Larmuseau, head of developing markets, will also leave at the end of year.
Mr. Larmuseau joined the Company in 2001 as Marketing Director for Malaysia-Singapore.
In 2003, he was promoted to Regional Marketing Director for East Asia and in 2005 became Global Category Director for Vanish.
Mr. Larmuseau was appointed General Manager for Brazil in February 2008 and in October 2009, he was promoted to SVP, Regional Director, Latin America.
In 2012, he was appointed to the position of SVP, Regional Director, North America.
Mr. Larmuseau was appointed as EVP, RUMEA in June 2013 before taking up his current role in January 2015.
Before joining RB, he worked for Procter & Gamble.