We bring you the appointment and recruitment round-ups from earlier this week that happened along the way. Check them out below:
Rubrik appoints ex CIA officer Michael Mestrovich as Chief Information & Security Officer
Last week, US-based cloud adoption data management firm Rubrik announced the appointment of ex-CIA Chief Information Officer Michael Mestrovich as the new Chief Information and Security Officer. This opportunity would be Mestrovich’s second foray in the private sector after his experience as systems engineer in Cisco.
OCBC Bank appoints Lee Hwee Boon as head of group HR
Earlier this week, OCBC Bank has appointed Lee Hwee Boon, 51, as its head of group human resources (HR), to succeed Jason Ho who will retire on 23 June 2022.
Lee is currently the head of enterprise banking – middle market & services, global commercial banking, OCBC Bank. She will assume her new role on 24 June 2022.
Unilever to add activist investor Nelson Peltz to Board
Earlier this week, Unilever said that activist investor Nelson Peltz will join its board of directors, adding that his Trian Fund Management LP owns a 1.5% stake in the company.
Nelson Peltz said: “We look forward to working collaboratively with management and the Board to help drive Unilever’s strategy, operations, sustainability, and shareholder value for the benefit of all stakeholders.”
Australian government names Tony Burke as the newest Minister of Employment and Workplace Relations
After securing a majority government in the recently concluded election, newly-elected Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has named Tony Burke as the newest Minister for Employment and Workplace Relations.
The prime minister also said that Burke is also the Leader of the House and the newest Minister for the Arts. Prior to his new role, he had served as Manager of Opposition Business under Bill Shorten and Anthony Albanese since 2013, and has also held various positions in the shadow cabinet.
Sheryl Sandberg to step down from Facebook parent Meta after 14 years
After 14 years as the chief operating officer of Facebook's parent company Meta, Sheryl Sandberg is stepping down, a huge shake-up that will see chief executive Mark Zuckerberg lose one of his closest lieutenants.
Sandberg, 52, has been one of Silicon Valley's most powerful women, and her exit comes as the social media behemoth confronts a challenging future and severe competition
See you all next week. Stay tuned for more appointments in future.