DOMINO’S PIZZA has lost its second chief financial officer in less than a year after it said Paul Doughty has tendered his resignation and will step down from the board at the end of the year.
Doughty, the former CFO of Moneysupermarket.com, lasted only five months in the role, having joined Domino’s as CFO in June.
He replaced former CFO Sean Wilkins, who resigned with immmediate effect from the board in January, after 14 months in the role.
The company said it has started a process of recruiting his replacement. David Wild, CEO will assume responsibility for the group’s finance activities, supported by the internal team
Domino’s reiterated the outlook statement from 14 October 2015 which highlighted the strong performance of the business during the third quarter and the solid start to the fourth quarter. It remains comfortable with current market expectations for full year 2015 results.
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