Dockwise Appoints Wit CFO

Friday, June 05, 2009

Dockwise Ltd. announces that its subsidiary Dockwise Shipping has appointed Peter Wit as its Chief Financial Officer, effective September 1 2009. Wit, who has a master degree in business administration from Groningen University, and a (post doctorate) degree in controlling from VU Amsterdam, will lead the company's global finance, legal and information technology departments. Wit has always been employed by Shell and is currently Chief Operations Officer and Finance manager of Shell Asset Management Company, Shell's $40b in-house pension asset management firm. Previously he worked for Shell a.o. as VP finance of Shell's Solar business, in corporate finance and as head of finance of Shell's Albanian oil exploration venture.
 
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