VF Corporation promotes Matt Puckett to chief financial officer role
VF Corporation has promoted Matt Puckett to the position of chief financial officer.
Reporting to VF chief executive Steve Rendle, he will succeed Scott Roe who is retiring from the business after 25 years. He will also be part of the company’s executive leadership team.
Puckett has worked with VF for 20 years after joining the company in 2001 as a senior accountant. He has since held a number of chief financial officer roles at the company’s Sportswear Coalition, Timberland and VF International divisions. Since 2019, he has been serving as VF’s vice president, global financial planning and analysis.
Rendle said: “Matt’s VF career has given him a broad range of experience in all facets of financial management, and he deeply understands our company and financial model from his experience working within our brands, our business units, and across international markets. Matt is a clear example of VF’s robust succession planning approach and there’s no one more qualified than him to serve in the CFO position as we pursue the next phase of the VF growth strategy.”
Roe will remain with VF until the end of May when Puckett will take up his new role.
Rendle added: “Scott has had a tremendous career at VF and his impact on our organization has been significant, He has overseen a number of VF’s acquisitions and divestitures and been a significant partner in helping to actively evolve our brand portfolio throughout his tenure. And importantly, Scott has enabled VF to consistently deliver on our commitments to shareholders and stakeholders, even during challenging times. We will forever be grateful for his dedication and service.”
VF Corporation’s portfolio of brands includes the likes of Timberland, The North Face, Dickies, Vans, Supreme and Kipling.
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