AkzoNobel Executive Committee member Marjan Oudeman step down

AkzoNobel Executive Committee member Marjan Oudeman to step down

11:05 AM, 18th February 2013
AkzoNobel Executive Committee member Marjan Oudeman to step down
Marjan Oudeman, Executive Committee member, AkzoNobel.

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: AkzoNobel announced that Marjan Oudeman, Executive Committee member responsible for Organizational Development and Human Resources, has accepted an offer to become President of Utrecht University, one of Europe’s leading and best-rated universities. She will leave AkzoNobel as of 30 June 2013 to take up her new role. The process to find a successor for Marjan Oudeman is ongoing and the outcome will be announced in due course.

“I would like to thank Marjan for her outstanding service and her much-valued contributions to the company. On behalf of myself and the Executive Committee, I wish her all the best in her new and exciting role at Utrecht University,” said Ton Buchner, CEO, AkzoNobel.

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