PVH Corp. has expanded the size of its board to 14 with the addition of Steven Madden chief executive officer Edward Rosenfeld and Uber Technologies chief financial officer Brent Callinicos as directors.
The appointment are effective March 24.
New York-based PVH said the moves were part of its planning for director succession in the event of departures from the board because of retirements or other reasons. Both will be eligible for reelection to the board at the company’s annual meeting later this year.
Rosenfeld has been chairman and ceo of Steven Madden since August 2008. He joined the company in 2005 and was earlier a vice president of investment bank Peter J. Solomon Co.
Callinicos has been cfo of Uber since last September and was earlier vice president, treasurer and chief accountant of Google Inc.
PVH’s board now consists of 12 directors deemed to be independent as well as non-independent directors Emanuel Chirico, ceo of PVH, and Fred Gehring, ceo of Tommy Hilfiger and PVH International. Gehring is scheduled to become chairman of Tommy Hilfiger and vice chairman of PVH by the end of this year. Daniel Grieder, ceo of PVH Europe, will succeed Gehring as global ceo of Hilfiger.