Global fashion retailer Hugo Boss has named Yves Müller as its new chief financial officer.
Due to begin with the company in January next year, Müller will take over the position vacated by Mark Langer when he was promoted to chief executive in May last year.
Müller began his professional career in 1994 as an auditor before moving to Tchibo in 1999 where he worked in various management positions before becoming the company’s chief financial officer in 2006.
At Hugo Boss, Müller will be responsible for the fashion brand and retailer’s finance, investor relations and the administration function.
“Yves Müller possesses a deep understanding of finance and will be bringing many years of profound experience in the retail industry to Hugo Boss,” supervisory board chairman Michel Perraudin said.
“We believe that this know-how makes him an outstanding fit for the company’s managing board.”