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Procter and Gamble announces staff reshuffle

16th January 2009

Procter & Gamble (P&G) has announced it has made a staff reshuffle.

The company noted its global customer business development officer Mariano Martin, 56, would be retiring on June 30th and stepping down from his current role on February 1st.

He has worked at the company for 33 years and will be replaced by Robert Fregolle, 51, the organisation’s current vice-president of customer business development for P&G’s Asia subsidiary.

Speaking on the organisational change, chairman of the board and chief executive officer AG Lafley commented Mr Martin’s “vision and leadership” has enabled the business to become a strong partner and preferred supplier to retail customers.

He added: “He’s delivered P&G brands to more of the world’s consumers by expanding distribution to new retail channels and millions of high-frequency stores.

“And he’s strengthened the capabilities of our global customer business development organisation.”

The company went on to note Mr Martin will work closely with his successor to ensure a smooth transition.

In October, P&G said its vice-chairman and chief financial officer Clayton Daley Jr would retire on September 16th 2009.

As a result, the company stated Jon Moeller would be elected chief financial officer.

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