PARIS — Puma AG said chief financial officer Dieter Bock is leaving the company for personal reasons.
Bock’s departure, to spend more time with his family, is effective from July 31. “We regret that Dieter Bock has made the decision to leave the company and are grateful for his successful work at Puma for many years,” stated chairman and chief executive officer Jochen Zeitz. “In more than 30 years that he has been with the company, he achieved a great track record and contributed significantly to the company’s financial performance in the last years and Puma’s current solid financial position.”
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