Acino appoints Ingrid Eberle as Chief Compliance and Sustainability Officer

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We are proud to announce the appointment of Ingrid Eberle as Chief Compliance and Sustainability Officer, effective 1 March 2024. Ingrid, who has held the position of Global Head of Integrity and Compliance, brings a wealth of experience and an unwavering commitment to ethical practices and sustainable growth.

Throughout her two and a half years at Acino, Ingrid has demonstrated exceptional leadership in protecting and promoting Acino’s ethical culture. Her dedication to upholding ethical business practices has played a key role in Acino’s success.

In her new role, Ingrid will spearhead Acino’s sustainability efforts, shaping an ESG strategy that aligns with the company’s core values and contributes to a more sustainable and responsible future. “I am looking forward to developing and implementing initiatives that prioritise environmental stewardship, social responsibility, and ethical business practices,” said Ingrid.

Reflecting on the close connection between compliance and sustainability, Ingrid added, “Compliance and sustainability are intrinsically linked. By upholding ethical standards, we not only mitigate risk, but also demonstrate our commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. Integrating these principles into our operations is essential to creating long-term value for our stakeholders and society as a whole.”

When we launched our first Sustainability report last year, Andrew Bird, Interim CEO at Acino commented: “Acino is committed to being environmentally and socially conscious, creating a great place for our people to work, and keeping ethics, integrity, and trust at the heart of how we operate. With Ingrid’s appointment as Chief Compliance and Sustainability Officer, Acino reaffirms its commitment to driving positive change and contributing to a more sustainable future for generations to come,” concludes Andrew.

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