On Tuesday, November 13, 2012, Donna Goodison of the Boston Herald reports that Dunkin’ Brands Group Inc.’s chief global strategy officer is resigning after being promoted to the role in June.

Neil Moses, who first joined the Canton-based parent company of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins as its chief financial officer in November 2010, will leave effective March 15, the company disclosed today in a regulator filing.

“After two years with Dunkin’ Brands, Neil Moses … has decided to leave the company,” Dunkin’ Brands said in a statement. “We have decided not to replace his position. His responsibilities will be assumed by other members of the leadership team upon his departure.”

As CFO, Moses oversaw Dunkin’ Brands’ 2010 refinancing, the launch of its 2011 initial public offering and two follow-on stock offerings, according to the Dunkin’ website. He was named to his current position in June to oversee the company’s strategy, finance, global supply chain and information technology functions.

Moses formerly served as CFO for Needham software company PTC.

He will continue to receive his Dunkin’ base salary and benefits through the March “transition date” under a separation agreement signed today, according to the filing. His severance package will include his current base salary for a year.