J&J CFO to depart ending 19-year career at the company: 5 things to know

Written by Mackenzie Garrity | March 21, 2018 | Print  |

Johnson & Johnson CFO Dominic Caruso plans to retire in September, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Here are five things to know.

1. His retirement will end a 19-year career at the company. Mr. Caruso came to the company after Johnson & Johnson acquired Centocor.

2. Mr. Caruso became CFO in 2007. During his tenure, J&J completed a $30 billion acquisition of Actelion; $21.3 billion acquisition of Synthes; and $16.6 billion acquisition of Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.

3. Joseph Wolk, vice president of investor relations, is slated to assume Mr. Caruso's role.

4. Mr. Wolk has been with J&J for 19 years. He has worked alongside the company's finance leadership team since 2004.

5. Previously, Mr. Wolk served as CFO of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of J&J.

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