CANADA: Senior exec departures continue at Russell Breweries
The Canadian brewer has seen another senior executive step down
The chief financial officer of Russell Breweries has left the company, less than two weeks after the departure of its president & chief operating officer.
The Canadian brewer confirmed late yesterday (10 July) that Gary Liu has resigned as CFO and a director “for personal reasons”. Liu has departed with immediate effect, Russell Breweries said.
“The company thanks Gary for his contributions and dedication to the company and wishes him well in his future endeavours,” the brewer said in a statement, without detailing the matter further.
The news follows the announcement at the end of last month that president & chief operating officer Andrew Harris had left the company. When contacted by just-drinks, Russell Breweries' CEO, Brian Harris, declined to comment on the situation.
Based in British Columbia, Russell Breweries acquired Fort Garry Brewing Company, which operates out of Manitoba, in 2007.
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