AkzoNobel CFO sounds gong ahead of International Women’s Day
AkzoNobel CFO Maëlys Castella sounds the gong at Euronext Amsterdam, just two days ahead of International Women’s Day. At the other Euronext locations, trading is also opened in honor of International Women’s Day.
The ceremony is performed in partnership with renowned language institute Regina Coeli, also known as The Nuns of Vught, who have worked together with AkzoNobel for many years.“As a global company, we value and embrace diversity in all forms as a way of enhancing our activities,” said Maëlys. “Working with different nationalities and cultures is particularly relevant for AkzoNobel, which is why our partnership with Regina Coeli is so important.” The French national, Maëlys became AkzoNobel’s first ever female CFO when she was officially appointed in September.
AkzoNobel is a leading global paints and coatings company and a major producer of specialty chemicals. Headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, with approximately 47,000 employees in around 80 countries.Language Institute Regina Coeli is a renowned institute for language learning in a short amount of time. Regina Coeli provides individual training to learn Chinese, German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and Spanish. The more than 150 employees originate from over twenty different countries.
For more information: www.akzonobel.com and www.reginacoeli.com