Subway chief development officer Don Fertman, who has been with the company for nearly 40 years, is retiring. So is CFO Dave Worroll after close to three decades at Subway.

Fertman will remain on as a consultant through the end of the year. Subway’s VP of global development, Bill McCane, will step into his position.

Ben Wells will replace Worroll, who plans to depart in mid-2020.

Subway’s SVP of international, Ian Martin, is also leaving the company at the end of 2019 as part of a division reorganization.

The world’s largest restaurant chain has made two executive hires in recent months. It tapped Carrie Walsh, the former marketing chief at Pizza Hut, as CMO in October. Subway then named John Chidsey chief executive officer in mid-November. Chidsey was the former chairman and chief executive officer of Burger King Holdings, Inc.

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