As per reports, McDonald’s Corp (MCD) has named company veteran and president of its international business, Ian Borden, as finance chief, succeeding incumbent Kevin Ozan, who is set to retire in mid-2023.
With 30 years of association with the company, Borden will take charge on Sept. 1, while Ozan, who has been CFO since 2015, will lead the company’s strategic initiatives until he retires.
The company’s global chief supply chain officer Francesca DeBiase will retire in August and will be replaced by Marion Gross, North America supply chain head. The changes in the top executives by Chief Executive Chris Kempczinski come as the burger giant battles surging costs and the fear of customers cutting back on orders due to inflation.
Chief Global Impact Officer Katie Fallon, leading its environmental, social, and governance, will also leave the company next month.
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