Constellation Brands executive VP Tom Mullin retires

11th October, 2017 by Nicola Carruthers

Constellation Brands has announced its executive vice president Tom Mullin will retire at the end of February 2018 and will be succeeded by Jim Bourdeau.

Tom Mullin will retire from his role as executive vice president in February 2018

Boudreau will take on the role effective 1 December 2017, and will continue to work with Mullin over the next several months to “ensure a seamless transition”.

Mullin joined Constellation Brands in his current role in May 2000. During his tenure, he helped steward the continued evolution of the company’s business operations and brand portfolio.

Bourdeau joined the company in September 2014 as senior vice president, general counsel and corporate development. Since that time, he has been involved in a number of activities related to the formation, financing and expansion of business operations; mergers and acquisitions; and venture financing.

“Tom has played an integral role as part of our executive management team over nearly two decades,” said Rob Sands, chief executive officer, Constellation Brands.

“His trusted counsel and leadership of our company’s legal and public affairs activities helped propel our business to unprecedented growth. We thank Tom for his efforts over the years and wish him well in his retirement.”

“Jim brings extensive experience in a variety of areas related to business law to this role. He has played key leadership roles in a number of our company’s strategic initiatives, transactions and investments over the past several years. Jim will be an asset to our executive management team.”

Last week, Constellation Brands reported strong sales and profits during the second quarter of its financial year, bolstered by the company’s “premiumisation efforts”.

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