Merz Creates Americas Region and Expands Rhatigan's Role
Bob Rhatigan, CEO of Merz North America, has been appointed to a new position in the company, president and CEO of Merz-Americas effective September 1. This expands Rhatigan's leadership of Merz's North American business as he assumes responsibility for Latin America and will oversee the overall commercial strategy for the company's newly created “Americas Region.” In addition, Frank Brandt-Pollmann has been promoted to area vice president, Latin America. He will lead Merz's business operations across Latin America and report directly to Rhatigan.
“We are confident that under the leadership of Bob Rhatigan and Frank Brandt-Pollmann, Merz in the Americas will be well-positioned to execute on our global vision to become the most admired, trusted and innovative aesthetics and neurotoxin company,” said Philip Burchard, CEO of Merz. “Moreover, I would particularly like to thank Beat Neukom, CFO of Merz Group, for his extraordinary commitment and contributions as interim region head, Latin America. For the past...
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