Apple’s chief financial officer and senior vice president Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September this year after 18 years with the company. Oppenheimer, who has been the CFO of Apple for the last 10 years, will be replaced by Luca Maestri who is currently Apple’s vice president of finance and corporate controller.
Oppenheimer is best known to followers of Apple as the primary voice on Apple’s earning calls and as the lead for any financial statements that Apple makes. He started with Apple in 1996 at controller for the Americas.
Maestri joined Apple in 2013 after 25 years of experience. He was the CFO for the Nokia Siemens Network and Xerox. Maestri spent nearly 20 years in various financial leadership roles at General Motors and is known for his acumen in international finance.
Oppenheimer will begin to transition the job to Maestri in June before officially leaving at the end of September.
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