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B&M to appoint new non-executive director

B&M is to appoint Kentucky Fried Chicken UK and Ireland managing director Paula MacKenzie as a non-executive director. Due to take up her position from 9… View Article

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B&M to appoint new non-executive director

B&M is to appoint Kentucky Fried Chicken UK and Ireland managing director Paula MacKenzie as a non-executive director.

Due to take up her position from 9 November, she will also join the company’s audit and risk and nomination committees. 

MacKenzie has worked with Kentucky Fried Chicken for the last ten years in a number of senior executive roles. Prior to becoming managing director of the UK and Ireland, where the business has 900 stores, she held the chief financial officer role. Her career also includes stints at Innocent, GlaxoSmithKline and Diageo.

Peter Bamford, B&M chairman, said:  “I am delighted that Paula has agreed to join the Board of B&M. She is a highly regarded and skilled leader with an appreciation for all aspects of business. Her current and recent experience in a highly competitive multi-site business and her professional background in finance will bring additional insights and perspectives to our board while our business continues to grow at a significant rate.”

MacKenzie’s appointment is subject to shareholder approval for which an ordinary general meeting has been convened for 9 November. 

 

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