Anheuser-Busch InBev approves new chairman
A-B InBev held its AGM on Wednesday
Anheuser-Busch InBev has appointed Olivier Goudet as its new chairman, replacing Kees Storm who is stepping down from the board.
Goudet was approved at the company's AGM on Wednesday, A-B InBev said this week. The former Mars CFO has held a seat on the Budweiser brewer's board since 2011 and will have a four-year mandate as chairman. He is currently CEO of Luxembourg-headquartered investment group JAB Holding Co.
Storm had reached the end of his four-year term, A-B InBev said.
The board also approved a total dividend for 2014 of EUR3 (US$3.37).
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