Friday, December 25, 2009

Remy Cointreau USA Appoints Maren Boot as Vice President of Human Resources

Friday, 25 December 2009

Remy Cointreau USA, Inc., the wholly owned subsidiary of Remy Cointreau S.A., France, has appointed Maren Boot as Vice President of Human Resources.

Ms. Boot, who joined Remy Cointreau USA in November, contributes over 20 years of human resources expertise in a variety of industries, including consumer products, financial services and consulting. Most recently she was Senior Human Resources Business Partner at Thomson Reuters where she increased retention and performance in key staffing channels.

Ms. Boot's diverse record of human resources leadership, practiced both domestically and overseas, spans policy formation, recruitment, compensation, employee relations, coaching and employee skill development. She earned an MBA from the State University of Buffalo and a Bachelors degree from Mount Holyoke College.

"Maren's broad experience and high level of human resources achievement enable Remy Cointreau USA to continually ensure it develops the best talent in the wine and spirits industry, commensurate with our highly esteemed brand portfolio," says Tom Jensen, President & Chief Executive Officer.

About Remy Cointreau USA
Remy Cointreau USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Remy Cointreau, S.A., is charged with importing and distributing an extensive portfolio of premium and ultra premium spirits and wines. Headquartered in New York City, Remy Cointreau USA imports and distributes products within the United States from the full range of the wine and spirits spectrum, including cognacs, brandies, liqueurs, scotches, rums, champagnes and both still and sparkling wines. Exclusive brands include Remy Martin® Cognac, Cointreau® Liqueur, The Macallan® Scotch Whisky, The Famous Grouse® Scotch Whisky, Highland Park® Scotch Whisky, Mount Gay® Rum, Metaxa® Greek Liqueurs, Champagne Piper-Heidsieck®, Champagne Charles Heidsieck®, Domaine du Grollet®, BearBoat® Wines and Piper Sonoma® sparkling wines.

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