Ralph Lauren Corporation, a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products, has announced changes to its executive management team to more effectively align senior leadership roles with its previously announced organization shift to a global brand management business model.
Jackwyn Nemerov will continue in her role as president & chief operating officer and a member of the company’s board of directors. During her tenure, Nemerov’s leadership has been central to the Company's long and highly successful period of profitable global expansion.
Christopher H Peterson, previously executive vice president, chief administrative officer and chief financial officer, has been promoted to the newly created position of president, global brands. Reporting to Peterson will be the Global Brand Presidents, the Chief Financial Officer, Global Real Estate, and Investor Relations, according to a Ralph Lauren media statement.
Mitchell A Kosh, previously executive vice president of Human Resources, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief administrative officer. In this new role, Kosh will lead the integration of key functional areas to align with the new organizational architecture. Reporting to Kosh will be the Global heads of Human Resources, Information Technology, Legal, Corporate Services and Facilities, Internal Branding and Communications, and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Robert L Madore, previously senior vice president of Finance, has been promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer. During his tenure with the Company, Madore has held a number of key financial and operational roles. Reporting to Madore will be the Accounting, Finance, Treasury, Tax and Internal Audit functions.
Valerie Hermann will continue in her role as president of Ralph Lauren Luxury Brands. Hermann joined the Company in April, 2014. Reporting to Hermann are the Ralph Lauren Luxury and RRL Global Brand teams and US Luxury and RRL Retail formats. (GK)
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