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Delhaize Group loses its executive vice president

Delhaize Group loses its executive vice president

Another board member has left Belgian supermarket group Delhaize's board: executive vice president, general counsel and general secretary Maura Abeln Smith has left the company.

From 1 November

"I am grateful for Maura's service. She came to Delhaize Group at a time of transition in leadership. She was committed, worked diligently, and made significant contributions and we wish her well in her future endeavors," said Frans Muller, President and CEO of Delhaize Group.

 

Smith will leave on 1 November, without any news on a successor, but Delhaize has confirmed "will be named in the near future". There is no clue as to why she will leave the company.

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