Raliza Koleva is Chief Compliance Officer at Puma. She will be responsible for ensuring compliance with the company’s auditing and corporate policies. The 38-year-old executive will also continue in her advisory role as head of governance for Puma’s managing directors and the board of directors.
The graduate lawyer has experience in international corporations and is a proven expert in the fields of corporate, capital market law and compliance. She joined Puma's legal department in 2014.
Sporting goods manufacturer Puma is based in Germany. Founded in 1948, it designs, develops and markets footwear, apparel and accessories. Puma offers performance and lifestyle products in team sports, running and training, golf and motorsport. It also has a dedicated line of golf equipment, apparel, footwear and accessories.
The brand has established a history of making fast products designed for the fastest athletes on the planet in their respective sports, such as Usain Bolt and the Arsenal football club, which is perfectly aligned with its new brand positioning — Forever Faster.
Today Puma is one of the world’s leading sneaker companies, with models ranging from innovative shoes such as the lightweight Faas running shoe to the heritage of the classic Clyde & Suede models. Its sport performance and lifestyle labels include categories such as football, running, motorsports, golf and sailing.