Hudson’s Bay Names New Chief Financial Officer

by Katie Lee

Toronto — Hudson’s Bay, the Canadian store operations under HBC, has appointed Nadira Singh as chief financial officer, effective May 2, 2022. An accomplished, performance-driven executive, Singh brings more than 15 years of experience in finance, project planning and process transformation to the retailer, with a track record of developing strategies that drive financial and operational excellence. She will report directly to Wayne Drummond, president, Hudson’s Bay.

“As we evolve our stores to be destinations of discovery for our customers, I am delighted to welcome Nadira to the Hudson’s Bay team,” says Drummond. “I know she will be a tremendous leader in helping drive our strategy to deliver results.”

Most recently, Singh was vice president, finance, with Ontario Power Generation. Previously, she held leadership roles with Ernst & Young.

Singh replaces Edward Record, who left HBC to pursue another retail opportunity.

“I am thrilled to be joining Canada’s iconic retail institution, Hudson’s Bay,” Singh says. “I am inspired by the work the team has done to transform the in-store experience and look forward to supporting Hudson’s Bay stores across Canada.”

Through a digital-first, purpose-driven lens, The Bay helps Canadians live their best style of life. The Bay operates 85 Hudson’s Bay stores. HBC’s U.S. holdings include Saks Fifth Avenue.



SOURCE: Hudson’s Bay Co.

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