General Motors Co. said Friday that its head of its Holden operations in Australia and New Zealand has been appointed vice president of sales, marketing and aftersales for the company’s Consolidated International Operations.
Mike Devereux will begin his new job effective Nov. 1 and report to Stefan Jacoby, executive vice president of GM’s Consolidated International Operations. Devereux will continue to oversee Holden and GM’s operations in Australia and New Zealand until the end of the year when the company will name a replacement.
“Mike’s extensive international and cross-functional knowledge of our business will be critical as we look to position CIO for success in the coming years,” Jacoby said in a statement.
Devereux has GM experience in marketing, aftersales, brand management, e-business and previously served as managing director of GM’s Middle East Operations.