Carlsberg Announces New Executive Vice Presidents For Western Europe And Asia

By Dave Simpson
Carlsberg Announces New Executive Vice Presidents For Western Europe And Asia

Carlsberg has announced that Graham Fewkes will become the company's executive vice president for western Europe on March 1 and Leo Evers will become its executive vice president for Asia as well as a member of the Carlsberg Group executive committee on July 1.

Fewkes, who is currentely Carlberg's executive vice president for Asia, will replace Jacek Pastuszka, who is stepping down as Carlsberg Group's executive vice president for western Europe and leaving the company at the end of February after 12 year of working for Carlsberg in various senior management positions, including as the company's managing director in Poland, Norway and Russia.

Evers has worked with Heineken since 1990 in several managerial positions, including as managing director of Heineken Vietnam from 2013 to 2019, and regional managing director APAC (Asia-Pacific) from 2019, in which role he was responsible for Heineken operations in Singapore, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Australia, New-Zealand, Laos, Sri Lanka, Philippines, New Caledonia and Solomon Islands.

CEO Statement

In a statement published on Carlsberg's website, Carlsberg Group CEO Cees 't Hart said, "Jacek has been a key part of the executive team throughout my time in the company, contributing to the business turnaround behind the SAIL '22 strategic agenda. On behalf of the ExCom and all the employees, I would like to thank Jacek for his dedication, hard work and immense contribution to the Carlsberg Group. We thank Graham for his excellent work in the Asia region and wish him luck in his new role in western Europe. We look forward to having Leo join the Carlsberg Group and the executive committee and wish him every success in his new role."

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