– CHINA, Quarry Bay – Dairy Farm International Holdings Limited (LON: DFI) today announced the appointments of Dave Cheesewright, Weiwei Chen, and Christian Nothhaft to its Board as Non-Executive Directors with effect from 30th November 2021.
The Company also announced that Delman Lee, George Ho, YK Pang, Clive Schlee, and Percy Weatherall will be retiring from the Board, effective from 30th November 2021.
About Dave Cheesewrigh
Dave Cheesewright is the former President and CEO of Walmart International, responsible for all Walmart’s businesses outside the United States. He is currently a director of Coles Group Limited, Rapha Racing Ltd and an advisory board member of Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Ontario.
About Weiwei Chen
Weiwei Chen is the former VP and CFO, China of Starbucks and CFO, China Division of Yum! Brands. She has more than 27 years of diverse industry experience in consumer, retail and pharmaceutical companies. She is currently a non-executive director of, and Senior Business Adviser to, HBM Holdings Ltd, a global, clinical stage biopharmaceutical company and Board Senior Adviser to Pharmplus, a retail pharmacy chain.
About Christian Nothhaft
Christian Nothhaft has many years of experience in the retail sector in Asia, including as former CEO of Watsons Personal Care Stores, China and Managing Director of Fortress. He is currently the Chair of China Group International Investment Ltd, which focuses on investments in Asian consumer businesses and consumer technologies, and Entrepreneur in Residence with Warburg Pincus LLC, focusing on retail and health & beauty investments.
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