Chevron Appoints New CFO in 2024, Updates CEO Retirement Age

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The current CFO will retire in March 2024, and the role will be turned over to the current CTO.

Chevron Corp. announced that Pierre Breber, VP and CFO, will retire from Chevron in 2024 after 35 years. Eimear Bonner, currently VP, chief technology officer, and president of the Chevron Technical Center, will become the new CFO of Chevron, effective March 1, 2024.

“Pierre has been an outstanding business leader throughout his career at Chevron,” said Mike Wirth, Chairman and CEO of Chevron. “Under his leadership, Chevron has delivered on its financial priorities, executed several acquisitions and driven significant value for our shareholders. Pierre has been an exceptional strategic partner to me, and I want to thank him for his many contributions.”

Bonner joined Chevron in 1998 and has held several positions, including general director of Tengizchevroil LLP (TCO). As chief technology officer, she guides the deployment of technology and digital solutions across Chevron’s operations.

“Eimear has a proven track record leading large, complex organizations,” Wirth said. “I am confident that her deep business expertise and engaging leadership approach will enable her to build upon Chevron’s strong foundation and drive further value for shareholders.”


Chevron also announced it’s waiving the mandatory retirement age Wirth.

Bonner will report to Wirth in her new role.