BERLIN — Mark Langer has been named a managing board member and chief financial officer of Hugo Boss, effective Friday. He succeeds Norbert Unterharnscheidt, who has resigned from the German apparel company for personal reasons.
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Langer has been with Boss since 2003, where he has served as director controlling, director finance and accounting, and senior vice president global replenishment. Prior to that, he was finance manager at Procter & Gamble Co.
In other Hugo Boss news, Dave Pergola, senior vice president of sales for the company’s U.S. division, has resigned after 11 years. He oversaw sales for all Hugo Boss brands and is credited with growing the firm’s wholesale business here.
He has been succeeded by Chuck Lucia, another Boss veteran, who previously served as vice president of sportswear sales.