Thomson Reuters makes Board of Directors appointment

Canadian multinational media and financial data conglomerate Thomson Reuters Corp (TSE: TRI) announced that it had appointed Kim M. Rivera to the Company’s Board of Directors.

Elsewhere, Phoenix Group Holdings (LON: PHNX) appointed a new Chief Executive, GVC Holdings Plc (LON: GVC) appointed a new non-executive chair and Angling Direct PLC (LON: ANG) and WPP (LON:WPP) both appointed new CFOs.

Company Chairman David Thomson commented on the appointment,

“Kim’s successful background managing a global legal function, coupled with her broad experience in corporate strategy, operations and governance, will enable the Board to focus ever more intently upon our customers’ needs and the future,”

The Company’s statement continued,

“Ms. Rivera, 51, currently serves as HP Inc.’s (NYSE: HPQ) President, Strategy and Business Management, and Chief Legal Officer. In this role, she leads corporate strategy and development, customer support, indirect procurement, real estate and workplace functions. In addition, Ms. Rivera manages HP Inc.’s worldwide legal organization, including all aspects of legal and government affairs, brand security, compliance and ethics.”

Prior to working for HP Inc, Ms Rivera held roles as; Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary for DaVita HealthCare Partners, Chief Compliance Officer and Head of International Legal Services at The Clorox Company, Chief Litigation Counsel for Rockwell Automation and General Counsel for its Automation Controls and Information Group.

Entering Thomson Reuters, Ms. Rivera joins the Company’s Audit Committee.


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