Conviviality CFO to step down
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality has confirmed that Andrew Humphreys, its chief financial officer, will be leaving the business after three years in the role.
Humphreys will step down from the board on 30 October and will leave the business after a handover period with his successor.
Diana Hunter, chief executive of Conviviality, said: “We are hugely grateful for Andrew’s contribution to Conviviality, having played a key role in the company’s significant growth, including his pivotal roles in the Matthew Clark and Bibendum PLB acquisitions. He leaves with the best wishes of the board for his future career.”
Conviviality has also announced that Mark Moran has been appointed to replace Humphreys and will join the business on 30 October.
Moran has held the chief financial officer roles at three public companies including Porvair, SSL International and Premier Foods. More recently, he was chief financial officer of the private equity owned Priory Healthcare Group before its acquisition by Acadia Healthcare in 2016.
Hunter added: “We are delighted to welcome Mark to the company and look forward to him supporting and contributing to the company’s further development as the UK’s leading independent wholesaler and distributor of alcohol and impulse.”
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