Alphabet boss Richard Schooling promoted to international role
21 June 2016
Author: Daniel Puddicombe
Richard Schooling has been appointed as the chief commercial officer at Alphabet International.
He joined the leasing firm's international arm on 1 May and will be responsible for development of all 18 Alphabet markets.
Before joining the global division, Schooling was chief executive of Alphabet GB.
"Richard Schooling is an experienced professional with excellent knowledge about the leasing business. His passion and experience for Business Mobility will be a great asset to further shape our company in the future," said Alphabet CEO Norbert van den Eijnden.
"Benefiting from many years in direct contact with our clients, I know their challenges and requirements first-hand. Meeting their needs is and remains my top priority", said Richard Schooling. "Alphabet GB is a successful, well-established market and now I look forward to joining headquarters to further strengthen Alphabet's position internationally."
Schooling's replacement is expected to be announced imminently.