FTSE 100 firms shake up head offices

Unilever CEO and GSK CFO replacements

Eve Maddock-Jones
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FTSE 100 giants Unilever and GSK have announced various changes to its head offices.

Unilever's CEO Alan Jope will be retiring from the company at the and of 2023, after serving five years in the role and 35 at the business. In a statement, Unilever said it is now beginning the formal search for a successor, and it will consider internal and external candidates. The company's chair Nils Andersen said: "Alan's retirement next year will mark the end of a remarkable career with Unilever. Under his leadership, Unilever has made critical changes to its strategy, structure and organisation that position it strongly for success. This work continues, and we will thank Alan wh...

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