ST. LOUIS European brewing giant InBev has announced the names of two of its top executives with plans for them to lead the North American Anheuser-Busch team, upon closure of the $52-billion acquisition deal now in the works.
InBev has stated that David Peacock, currently serving as vice president at A-B’s domestic beer arm, will take over as president of A-B. InBev also said that Luiz Fernando Edmond, who currently serves as zone president covering northern Latin America for InBev, will be shifted to zone president of North America, a position that also will cover the A-B business.
InBev has also said that A-B will maintain its North American headquarters in St. Louis and plans for the newly combined company to be dubbed.Anheuser-Busch InBev. Current shareholders of A-B will meet Nov. 12 to vote on the acquisition.