Cargill, an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services, has announced that Sergio Rial, chief financial officer (CFO), will resign his post with the company effective at the end of November, in order to return to his native Brazil for personal reasons. Cargill president and chief operating officer (COO) David MacLennan will serve as interim chief financial officer (CFO) until the Cargill board of directors elects a successor.
MacLennan joined Cargill in 1991 and has held management positions within the financial, risk management, energy and animal protein businesses. He previously served as Cargill’s CFO from 2008 to 2011. While in the interim role, MacLennan will continue as the company’s president and COO.
Rial has served as a leader of Cargill’s group of food businesses since 2004 and of Cargill’s financial services businesses since 2009. He became a senior vice president (SVP) and member of the Cargill leadership team in 2009. He also served as the company’s regional director for Latin America and as executive chairman of CarVal Investors, an independently managed Cargill subsidiary. He was elected to the Cargill board of directors in 2010 and elected CFO in 2011.
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