Domino’s Pizza Group announces board change
Domino’s Pizza Group has announced that Usman Nabi has stepped down as a director of the company.
Nabi has been a board member since November 2019 and has been credited with playing an important role in supporting the transformation of the business. This included being instrumental in the searches for a new chair in 2020 and also a new chief executive, which culminated in the recent appointment of Andrew Rennie.
Nabi said: ‘I joined the board of Domino’s because I wanted to play a role in putting a world-class leadership team in place. With Matt Shattock as chair and our new CEO Andrew Rennie in place, I now believe this has been achieved and so it is the right time for me to step down from the board.”
Nabi is the founder and managing partner of Browning West, which continues to be a significant shareholder in Domino’s Pizza Group.
Matt Shattock, Domino’s Pizza Group chair, said: “On behalf of the board, I’d like to thank Usman for his contribution, which has been vital during a period of great change in the business. I look forward to continuing to engage with Usman and his team as a major shareholder in the business.”
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