THE CFO of Domino’s Pizza has stepped down with immediate effect, sending its share price down 3.5% in this morning’s trading.
Sean Wilkins, who took up the role in December 2013, leaves as the pizza group has announced that trading should be in line, or marginally ahead, of forecasts.
Stephen Hemsley, chairman of Domino’s Pizza Group, said: “I would like to thank Sean for his contribution to Domino’s during his time as chief financial Officer. Together with David and the wider senior management team, he has played an important role in maintaining Domino’s position as the Number One pizza company in the UK. We wish him every success for the future.”
Wilkins previously served as general manager (Supermarkets Finance) of Coles Group PTY Limited in Australia. He also held senior finance and strategic roles at Tesco, O2, BT and in investment with Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein.
Wilkins said: “I am proud to have been part of the Domino’s team during a time when the Company has undergone significant growth. I wish David and the whole team well and I am confident that the Company will continue to perform strongly.”
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