AB InBev rearranges management | RetailDetail

AB InBev rearranges management

AB InBev rearranges management

Beer brewer AB InBev will rearrange its management as three Brazilians members of the board of directors have received other functions, but its composition has remained the same.

From 1 January


João Castro Neves, Bernardo Pinto Paiva and Luiz Fernando Edmond will all get new functions within AB InBev's management and all three are already part of the board of directors.


Neves is currently in charge of Latin American North and Ambev's CEO, AB InBev's Brazilian subsidiary. He will also run North America next year, currently Edmon's responsibility. The latter will move to the main office to become Chief Sales Officer.


Paiva, the current Chief Sales Officer, does not have to fear for his job, as he will move to Neves' current position. 


AB InBev is a Belgian-Brazilian beer brewer that owns 17 brands like Corona, Stella Artois, Leffe and Budweiser.

Questions or comments? Please feel free to contact the editors

H&M disappoints once again


Swedish fashion chain Hennes & Mauritz had to present less than favourable results for its new fiscal year: investor trust has dwindled, now that sales in its home territory have also dropped for the first time in decades.

Bureau of Competition approves Yoox Net-a-Porter bid


The Italian Bureau of Competition has approved Swiss Richemont’s possible acquisition of Italian fashion webshop Yoox Net-a-Porter.The full bid, yet to be accepted, values the company at 2.7 billion euro.

Donatella Versace denounces fur


Italian fashion brand Versace will no longer use fur. Designer Donatella Versace no longer wants to kill animals for fashion, she explained in an interview with The Economist.

"Best year ever" for Danish shoe brand Ecco


Ecco can look back on 2017 as its best financial year ever. The Danish shoe brand, known for its “follow the foot” philosophy, exceeded its own expectations thanks to an 8 % growth.

Strong 2017 for Adidas


German sports brand Adidas achieved a 16 % turnover increase in 2017, if exchange rates had remained stable. Profit nearly grew a third and the company forecast a 10 % growth for 2018.

Strong growth for Inditex thanks to online turnover surge


Inditex, which owns fashion chains Zara and Massimo Dutti, managed decent growth in the past year, despite a strong euro. Its online clothing sales performed very well.

Back to top