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Yellow Announces New CFO

Yellow® Announces New CFO

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Yellow® has today announced the appointment of Stephen Keeling to the role of Chief Financial Officer, replacing Michael Boersen who was recently named the company’s CEO.

Stephen was previously Head of Financial Planning and has been with Yellow® for 21 years. Chief Executive Michael Boersen said he and the Board were delighted to make the announcement.

“Stephen is hugely respected in the business and his tenure means he brings insight and experience to the role. We’re proud to promote from within and Stephen will bring great value to the Executive Team,” said Mr Boersen.

The appointment is effective immediately.


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