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Oatly Appoints Marie-Jose David as Chief Financial Officer; Christophe Flatin Comments

Oatly Appoints Marie-Jose David as Chief Financial Officer; Christophe Flatin Comments


MALMÖ, SWEDEN
Monday, July 10th, 2023

An experienced Chief is helping to guide the next phase of growth for a popular plant-based brand. Oatly recently announced the appointment of its new Chief Financial Officer, welcoming Marie-Jose David to the role effective October 1.

Marie-Jose David, Incoming Chief Financial Officer, Oatly"I am excited to join the impressive, mission-led team at Oatly," said David. "Oatly is a values-driven, iconic brand redefining the global food system for the sake of our planet. I look forward to working with Jean-Christophe and the entire team to leverage Oatly’s innovative and great-tasting plant-based product portfolio to drive long-term growth and shareholder value."

David will lead Oatly’s global finance function, according to a press release, reporting directly to Oatly’s CEO Jean-Christophe Flatin.

Oatly recently announced the appointment of its new Chief Financial Officer, welcoming Marie-Jose David to the role

She brings more than two decades of global finance and leadership experience to Oatly, including significant operational experience with key consumer brands.

"I am delighted to welcome Marie-Jose to lead our global financial team as we enter our next phase of growth," said Flatin. "We believe her impressive global and operational experience in scaling world-class and high-growth consumer brands will help Oatly as we expand into new markets, pursue profitable growth, and help convert more people to plant-based consumption.”

David succeeds Christian Hanke, who has served as CFO since 2020.

Jean-Christophe Flatin, Chief Executive Officer, Oatly"I would like to thank Christian for his service to Oatly, including his leadership and contributions on public company readiness, our IPO process and most recent fundraising effort," added Flatin. "His commitment and financial stewardship have been instrumental to the growth and global expansion we’ve achieved over the last several years, and he leaves the company in a position to continue its mission to convert more consumers to plant-based. We look forward to continuing to work with Christian through the transition process.”

For more details on this pivotal leadership transition, click here.

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