IHC Merwede today announced that its CEO, Dirk Philips, will step back from his role within the company.
Over the past two months, he has led the Board of Management to formulate some important aspects of IHC Merwede’s future business strategy, as well as the appropriate organisation required to implement it, IHC said in a press release.
“The mutual decision on the timing of Mr Philips’ retirement from his role coincides with the successful completion of this phase of the company’s mission,” said the Dutch company.
The Supervisory Board is currently considering the future composition of the Board of Management. Therefore, until further notice, the Board of Management comprises of Bram Roelse (COO) and Dave Vander Heyde (CFO), who will jointly carry out Philips’ duties.
“IHC Merwede would also like to take this opportunity to thank Mr Philips for his contribution during his time at IHC Merwede and wish him every success in his future career,” IHC concluded its announcement.
November 13, 2013