New Molson Coors CFO has Milwaukee ties

Travey Joubert replaces Mauricio Restrepo after sudden resignation

Last updated on July 3rd, 2019 at 07:23 pm

Tracey Joubert, a former Miller Brewing Co. and then MillerCoors executive, has been named chief financial officer of Molson Coors Brewing Co.

Tracey Joubert

Joubert replaces Mauricio Restrepo, who resigned Thursday “because of matters regarding personal conduct unrelated to the operations or financial statements of the company,” according to a Molson Coors press release.

Joubert said she is excited to lead the company’s finance function and is very supportive of its plans moving forward.

“With the full acquisition of MillerCoors, it’s a critical point in the bigger and stronger Molson Coors and I am ready to bring the financial discipline and leadership necessary to deliver the growth our employees and shareholders expect,” she said.

Mark Hunter, Molson Coors president and chief executive officer, said the company is fortunate Joubert is well-known to the Molson Coors investor community “as a highly qualified and respected financial leader who has overseen the successful growth of our U.S. business.”

Joubert was chief financial officer for Molson Coors’ U.S. business prior to the promotion. She was executive vice president and chief financial officer at MilllerCoors starting in 2012. Before that she was vice president of finance, planning and analysis and controller at MillerCoors and director of finance and group services at Miller Brewing Co.

Before joining Miller she worked at SAB Limited in South Africa.

Joubert is a board of trustees member at the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee and also is on the board of directors at Terrapin Beer Co. and Coors Distributing Co.

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