Walmart Inc. announced today that Jay Jorgensen, its executive vice president and global chief ethics and compliance officer, is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. He will be replaced by Daniel Trujillo, the company’s senior vice president and international chief compliance officer, on Feb. 1.

In a memo to Walmart associates Friday morning, Chief Legal Officer Rachel Brand announced the changes, saying, “Under Jay’s leadership we designed Walmart’s program to manage compliance risks associated with 14 diverse subject areas ranging from anti-corruption to food safety. … We also established a chief ethics and compliance officer and centralized compliance team in every international market.”

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