The Tommy Hilfiger Corporation has announced the new structure and worldwide leadership team following the sale of the company to funds advised by Apax Partners earlier this month.

The company will now consist of four independently managed business units – USA, Canada, Europe and the Far East Buying Offices. Theses units will be run and managed by Group CEO Fred Gehring, Group COO Ludo Onnink and Joe Scirocco, who is staying on as Group CFO. Supporting this trio will be three executive vice presidents: Avery Baker, who has worked in both the US and European Tommy offices, will be EVP of Global Communications; Michael Arts, an executive from Tommy Europe, will serve as the EVP of Global Brand Management; and Anne Marino, who recently came aboard from Donna Karan, will serve as the EVP of Global Licensing.

Gehring will retain the CEO responsibilities for the Tommy Hilfiger Europe division and assume the same responsibilities for Tommy Hilfiger USA. Within the USA, Allan Zwerner will stay on President of US Wholesale and President of Menswear. Leslie Singer, the former President of Juniors’, has been appointed as President of the Womenswear business, which will now include both women’s and juniors’. Gary Sheinbaum will continue to serve as President of the US retail business. Anne Marino will serve as President of US Licensing, and, in addition to his role as Group Cfo, Scirocco will serve as COO of Tommy Hilfiger USA.

In Europe, Daniel Grieder, the former SVP of Commercial Operations, has been named COO. He will oversee all wholesale and licensing activities. In addition, Group CFO Onnink also oversee all European retail operations and development.

In Canada, Howard Starr will remain as CEO and President.

The Karl Lagerfeld business will continue to be managed by Anne Acierno.