Foot Locker appoints new chief financial officer
Foot Locker has appointed Andrew Page as executive vice pesident and chief financial officer.
Due to join the athletics retailer on 12 April, Page previously worked with Advance Auto Parts where he was senior vice president, chief accounting officer and controller. Prior to that, he served as senior vice president and chief acounting 0fficer at Under Armour where he managed all accounting functions globally.
He will succeed Lauren Peters, who is retiring from Foot Locker, and report directly to Foot Locker chairman and chief executive Richard Johnson. In his new role, he will oversee Foot Locker’s accounting, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, treasury, tax, internal audit, and risk management functions.
Johnson said: “Andrew has a track record of successfully leading finance functions, while optimising enterprise growth, overseeing digital finance transformation, and driving strong financial and operational results. As we look towards the future and to deliver on our purpose to inspire and empower youth culture, Andrew’s fresh perspective and capabilities will contribute to our focus on delivering profitable growth for our shareholders.”