S&P Global (NYSE: SPGI) has announced the appointment of Christopher Craig as Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO). This decision comes following the recent announcement of Ewout Steenbergen’s departure from S&P Global in March to pursue new career opportunities.
Douglas L. Peterson, President, and Chief Executive Officer, remarked, “Chris has played a crucial role in shaping our financial management strategy and driving key initiatives across the company in his capacity as Chief Accounting Officer for S&P Global. I have full confidence that as Interim CFO, Chris will continue to strengthen and uphold our leading market positions.”
Christopher Craig, who has been an integral part of S&P Global for over thirteen years, has significantly contributed to various areas including refining quarterly earnings, supporting acquisitions, divestitures, and joint ventures, as well as influencing the company’s real estate strategy.
Craig’s appointment will be effective from February 12, 2024, as S&P Global actively assesses both internal and external candidates for the CFO position.
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