Syngenta Appoints Two Executive Committee Members For Head Of R &D Head Corporate Affairs

Syngenta appoints two executive committee members

6:53 AM, 30th August 2013
Syngenta Business News

BASEL, SWITZERLAND: Syngenta announced two appointments to the Executive Committee. Patricia Malarkey is appointed Head Research and Development with effect from 1 January 2014. Jonathan Seabrook, Head Corporate Affairs, will join the Executive Committee with effect from 1 October 2013.

Malarkey will succeed Robert Berendes, Head Business Development, who has been ad interim leader of R&D since October 2012. Seabrook has more than 10 years experience with Syngenta and leads a global team with responsibility for communicating the company’s contribution to society and for managing relationships with a broad range of stakeholders including governments and non-governmental organizations, investors, the media and employees.

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