DOMINO’S Pizza Group has appointed Paul Doughty as chief financial officer.
Doughty, who has garnered over 20 years commercial finance experience including ten years as Moneysupermarket.com’s CFO, will officially rise to the challenge of his new role on June 8.
Former CFO Sean Wilkins resigned with immmediate effect from the board in January, after 14 months in the role.
Stephen Hemsley, chairman of Domino’s said: “We are delighted to welcome Paul to Domino’s as chief financial officer. He brings a wealth of experience from a leading consumer brand in the technology and FTSE 250 listed environment.
“David and his senior management team look forward to Paul’s contribution at this exciting time for Domino’s as we continue to grow through more store openings, a relentless focus on e-commerce technology and by supporting franchisee profitability.”
Doughty, a former PwC audit manager, also worked at FTSE 250 technology outfit, Morse, as its finance director.
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