Signet Jewelers Names New Head of Investor Relations
Rob Ballew will be tasked with communicating the jewelry giant’s plans and financial performance to investors.
Rob Ballew will take on the role, effective immediately, replacing Vincent Sinisi who had been in the position for three years.
Ballew will report to Joan Hilson, chief financial, strategy and services officer.
He will be tasked with sharing Signet's strategic priorities, growth plans and financial performance to the investment and financial community.
"Rob brings over 20 years of experience leading financial planning and analysis and investor relations programs to this role, and I look forward to working with him as we continue to strengthen and elevate our relationships with the investment community," said Hilson.
Prior to joining Signet, Ballew held leadership roles in finance and investor relations at Krispy Kreme, Extended Stay America, and supermarket chain The Fresh Market.
"I am excited to join the Signet team," said Ballew.
"Signet is a world-class organization with a meaningful purpose, a commitment to sustainability, and a strong culture. I have followed the company's transformation journey and believe in the upside potential of Signet. I look forward to engaging with and driving more value for our shareholders."
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