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Brunswick Corp. Appoints Senior VP, CFO


Brunswick Corp. yesterday announced it named Neha Clark senior vice president of Enterprise Finance. Clark takes over for Brent Dahl, who was appointed to chief financial officer of the Boat Group.

“Neha has an exceptional track record of delivering results that drive outstanding performance across the enterprise,” Brunswick CFO Ryan Gwillim said in a statement. “As our company continues to grow, having one leader to oversee these three critical financial functions and partner with the subject-matter experts in these areas will strengthen our finance organization and broaden Neha’s skills and responsibilities.”

Clark joined Brunswick in 2019 as CFO of the Boat Group, and her role expanded to include overseeing the group’s strategy function, according to the statement.

Brunswick said Dahl joined the company in 2002 and has held a variety of internal audit, financial reporting and controller roles. His most recent role was vice president of investor relations, which he has held since 2020.



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