REGUS – the FTSE 250 workspace provider – has appointed Dominik de Daniel as chief financial officer and chief operating officer.
de Daniel takes over the CFO role from Dominique Yates, who will resign as a director of Regus after five years in the role.
A former CFO of human resource outfit Adecco for nine years, de Daniel has also been CFO at DIS, before the company was acquired by Adecco.
Yates will “pursue other opportunities” after formally handing over the reins to de Daniel on 1 November.
Doug Sutherland, chairman of Regus, said: “Dominik is a capable leader who brings highly relevant experience to Regus’s finance and operations teams. We welcome Dominik joining our international management team and look forward to his contributions to help Regus continue to deliver on our growth ambitions.”
Mark Dixon, CEO of Regus, said: “I would like to personally thank Dominique Yates for all his contribution. He has been a key member of the management team and leaves Regus after a period of significant expansion, but importantly, with the balance sheet and financial returns looking better than ever. I wish him every success for the future.”
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