Hannah Kim will be part of the Dallas-based Neiman Marcus Group on July 26 as chief authorized officer, company secretary, chief compliance officer and a member of the manager group.
“Hannah has proven herself a trusted and valued legal partner, helping to establish innovative solutions for consumer-focused companies. She brings extensive corporate law experience from leading brands and will help us accelerate our journey,” mentioned Geoffroy van Raemdonck, chief govt officer of NMG.
Kim was most not too long ago chief authorized officer at Energizer Holdings Inc., the place she was chargeable for authorized, compliance, ethics, regulatory and authorities affairs. Prior to her three years at Energizer, Kim served in senior roles at Bank of America and Lowe’s Companies Inc. She began her regulation profession at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein and Alston & Bird. She can also be a member of the Leadership Council on Legal Diversity.
Kim succeeds Tracy Preston, who joined HanesBrands.
In its assertion, the corporate mentioned Kim “has an accomplished career in global corporate law, strategically leading organizations through compliance, acquisitions, reorganizations, and leadership transitions.” Neiman’s additionally cited Kim’s “important expertise main environmental, social, and governance technique, an space of accelerating significance to NMG as the corporate prepares to announce its three-year ESG technique later this 12 months.
Kim’s hiring follows a number of latest senior-level additions at NMG. Bob Kupbens was named govt vice chairman and chief product and expertise officer for NMG. At the Neiman Marcus division, Paolo Riva was named senior vice chairman and basic supervisor, model partnerships and merchandising, and Lisa Aiken grew to become senior vice chairman and vogue and life-style director.
NMG mentioned girls characterize nearly all of its board, 50 p.c of these on the senior vice chairman stage and above; 62 p.c of the vice presidents and above, and 70 p.c of all company and retailer workers. In addition, 50 p.c of the corporate’s 9,000 associates establish as minorities.