McColl’s seeks new chief financial officer
Convenience retailer McColl’s has announced that Simon Fuller is to step down as chief financial officer to enable him to take up the same role at Reach.
With the exact date of Fuller’s departure yet to be confirmed, McColl’s said it would be commencing the process to identify his permanent successor “without delay”.
Fuller will remain in his current role until a replacement has been appointed and an orderly handover has taken place.
Jonathan Miller, McColl’s chief executive, said: “On behalf of the board, I would like to thank Simon for the significant contribution he has made to the business over the last three years, during which time McColl’s has gone through a period of transformational growth. I wish Simon every success in his future role.”
McColl’s has also reported a 2.7% drop in like-for-like sales in the first half of its financial year after its stock availability was impacted by supply chain disruption following the failure of wholesaler Palmer & Harvey.
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