Hudson’s Bay Co. says its president of international operations is leaving the organization one month from now.
HBC International president Don Watros, who was delegated to the post in January 2015, will clear the position on Sept. 29. He has worked with HBC for almost twelve years.
Official director Richard Baker said in an announcement that Watros was “instrumental” in HBC’s entrance into the European market.
HBC bought Galeria Kaufhof, the biggest retail chain in Germany and Belgium, in 2015, and is additionally opening stores in the Netherlands.
The retail chain did not reveal why Watros left the retailer.
The company additionally as of late tapped the previous CFO of J.C. Penney to assume control over its CFO part from Paul Beesley. Edward Record is to step into the executive role one week from now.