True Leaf Hires New CFO



True Leaf appointed Kerry Biggs as chief financial officer.


Biggs holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business (University of Western Ontario), a CPA designation and a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Victoria.


He brings more than 20 years of finance and business experience, most recently with lululemon athletica, where he was vice president, treasurer in charge of looking after capital markets, liquidity, treasury, insurance and risk activities. Previously, he served as vice president, finance at Global Container Terminals where he was responsible for capital markets, risk management, accounting, tax planning and corporate M&A activities. He also worked in senior finance roles for Finning International and Enbridge.


“Mr. Biggs has held leadership roles for several prominent Canadian public companies with premium global brands,” said Darcy Bomford, founder and CEO of True Leaf. “He has a strong understanding of a business’s key performance drivers and a solid history of adding value by driving operational efficiencies. This experience will be invaluable to True Leaf as we continue to grow exponentially.”


“Joining True Leaf is a unique opportunity to work for a strong company with a leading position in the high-growth pet and cannabis markets, and with an established global distribution of its legal products,” said Biggs. “I am most looking forward to working with the team to tell True Leaf’s growth story to the market.”


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