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Cronos Group appoints new CFO

November 14, 2022  By Grow Opportunity Staff

(Globe Newswire) Toronto — Cronos Group Inc., an innovative global cannabinoid company, today announced the appointment of James Holm as chief financial officer, effective immediately.

Mr. Holm succeeds Bob Madore, who is leaving the company.

Mr. Holm brings to Cronos nearly two decades of finance and accounting experience at leading companies across industries. He most recently served as the global vice president of finance transformation at Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, where he led the company’s centralization, standardization and optimization to a global shared service hub for finance processes.

Before joining Vertiv, Mr. Holm served as finance leader, finance solutions & process transformation organization at worldpay, one of the largest global payment processors. There, he drove financial reporting accuracy, capabilities and enhancements across the company.


Earlier in his career, he held multiple positions of increasing seniority in the finance department during his eight-year tenure at Procter and Gamble.

“James is a highly accomplished financial executive with diverse experience serving a variety of high growth companies across the technology, finance and consumer packaged goods industries. Not only does he bring deep financial acumen, but also, he is a strategic thinker with a proven track record of executing transformations and delivering results. We are pleased to welcome James to Cronos and are confident that he will contribute significantly to our strategic realignment plans and growth initiatives.” — Mike Gorenstein, CEO of Cronos

“I am thrilled to join the Cronos team at this exciting time in its history. I look forward to working with Mike and the rest of the leadership team to further the company’s margin expansion and revenue growth strategies while delivering enhanced value for the company’s shareholders.”  — James Holm, CFO of Cronos

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