Robert Iervasi to leave Asahi
Asahi Beverages has announced that Group CEO Robert Iervasi will be leaving the business.
In a media release the company said that after 16 years with the business, Iervasi has decided it’s time for a break to spend more time with his family for personal reasons and to enjoy a career break.
“Robert joined Asahi Beverages in 2006 and during this time he worked across many aspects of the business. In 2019, he was promoted to Group CEO of our Oceania business,” Asahi Holdings Australia Chairman Roland van Bommel said.
“Robert played a critical role in the successful integration of Carlton & United Breweries and the Oceania business has delivered consistent business results under his leadership.
“We wish Robert and his family all the very best for the future.
“Asahi Beverages is delighted to announce that we have appointed Amanda Sellers, our Group Chief Financial Officer, as our interim Group CEO Oceania, effective immediately, whilst we work through a permanent replacement for this role. Amanda is an incredibly talented leader and we are fortunate to have her as our interim CEO.