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Ahold Delhaize seeks to reappoint CEO

Ahold Delhaize’s supervisory board will propose the reappointment of Frans Muller as company president, CEO and member of the management board.
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Ahold Delhaize’s supervisory board will propose the reappointment of Frans Muller as company president and CEO and member of the management board at next April’s general meeting of shareholders.

“We are delighted that Frans will continue as president and CEO of Ahold Delhaize, subject to shareholder approval,” said Peter Agnefjäll, chair of the Supervisory Board. “Since he started in this role in July 2018, the company has continued to build on its strengths. Under Frans’ leadership the Leading Together strategy was introduced, which increased its ability to better serve its customers.” 

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He added, “Frans and the executive team he built have demonstrated the long term validity of their strategic choices, delivering solid financial results. From this basis the company is able to contribute positively to communities and address the challenges facing our society, like keeping healthy and sustainable food affordable.”

“I am grateful for the nomination and would be honored to continue to lead Ahold Delhaize, together with the executive committee colleagues, our great local brands and caring associates, making sure we support our communities and deliver on our purpose of helping our customers eat well, save time and live better,” Muller said.

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Prior to his appointment as president and CEO, he served as member of the management board and deputy chief executive officer and chief integration officer since 2016. Prior to Ahold Delhaize, Frans was the president and CEO of Delhaize Group. 

This story originally appeared on Store Brands

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