LSL has appointed Adam Castleton to its board as group chief financial officer.
Castleton will join the residential property services company from fashion house French Connection where he is currently the group finance director. A replacement and departure date is yet to be set.
Castleton started his career with Price Waterhouse where he qualified as a chartered accountant in 1989, he now possess over 25 years’ experience in finance and has previously held roles at household names including O2 UK, eBay and The Walt Disney Company.
Ian Crabb, LSL’s group chief executive said he is looking forward to working with Castleton to further grow and develop LSL’s businesses.
“Castleton’s breadth of financial skills and experience combined with his experience of the retail and services sectors make him a strong fit with LSL.”
Andrew Burchall held the role of interim group finance director of LSL since 5 January 2015; he has now entered into a transition services agreement to facilitate a smooth transition with Adam.
Ian Crabb commented: “I would like to thank Andrew for the substantial contribution he has made to LSL since his appointment in January and would like to wish him all the best for the future.”
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