Coca-Cola restructures and promotes executives
June 11, 2009
by FoodBusinessNews.net Staff
ATLANTA — The Coca-Cola Co. is forming a new company structure that will integrate three core functions — global business services, global information technology, and transformational productivity.
The new organization will be known as Global Business and Technology Services, and will allow the company to deliver global business services such as compensation and benefits administration, accounting and financial reporting, and application development and support, to its businesses more effectively and efficiently.
Harry Anderson, who is currently vice-president and controller, will lead the new organization as of July 1. He previously was chief financial officer for Coca-Cola North America and has worked for Turner Broadcasting System.
Company management also will recommend Kathy Waller be elected as controller and Connie McDaniel as chief internal audit, effective Aug. 1.
Jeremy Faa, who is currently global director of finance transformation, will expand his responsibilities to include overall strategic direction and implementation of global finance transformation, and Ann Taylor, currently vice-president and chief financial officer of transformational productivity, will head up global business services effective July 1.