Duncan Tatton-Brown to join board of Cazoo
Online car retailer Cazoo has appointed Duncan Tatton-Brown as a non-executive director.
From 2012 to 2020, Tatton-Brown worked as chief financial officer at Ocado where he remains a senior advisor to the board. Prior to that, he held the chief financial officer positions at Fitness First, Kingfisher, B&Q and Virgin Entertainment Group.
He currently also serves on the board of Trainline.
Cazoo recently announced it will list on the NYSE through a $7 billion business combination with AJAX I, a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company founded by US investor Dan Och. The transaction is expected to complete in the third quarter of this year when Tatton-Brown will take up his role on the Cazoo board.
Founded in 2018, the company has sold over 20,000 cars to consumers across the UK. Cazoo is also a leading car subscription player with over 6,000 subscribers across the UK, France and Germany.
Oher Cazoo board members following the transaction closing will include chairman and chief executive Alex Chesterman, chief financial officer Stephen Morana and non-executive directors Och, Viscount Rothermere and David Hobbs.
Chesterman said:“I am delighted that Duncan will be joining the Cazoo board once we become listed on the NYSE. His experience in helping to build large consumer-facing businesses over many years will be invaluable as we continue to transform the car buying experience for consumers across the UK and Europe.”
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