Stolt Tankers' new CFO will help pursue a listing for the company

Stolt Tankers has appointed a new CFO, who will help prepare the company's initial public offering. The new CFO has previously worked at oil companies such as Shell and Dyas.

Photo: Emile Hoekstra Stolt Tankers

Tanker operator Stolt Tankers has hired a new chief financial officer, who will help secure an IPO for the shipping company, according to a press release from the Stolt-Nielsen subsidiary.

Stolt Tankers thus appoints Emile Hoekstra as new CFO. He comes from a similar position at Royal Zeelandia Group, where he headed the company's financial strategy. Prior to this, he worked for Shell at 14 years and later at listed chemical company Orica.

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