ADM head of global supply leaving company, internal email says

ADM was recently forced to correct six years of financial statements
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Camille Batiste, Archer-Daniels-Midland's ADM.N senior vice president of global supply chain and procurement and a member of its executive council, is leaving the company next month, according to an internal email seen by Reuters on Tuesday.

Batiste informed ADM recently of her decision after seven years with the global agribusiness, according to the email.

The email did not give a reason for Batiste's departure.

ADM did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The departure comes after ADM was forced to correct six years of financial statements due to improperly recorded transactions between business segments and as the company contends with government investigations into its accounting practices.

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