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SABMiller’s CFO quits - UK
SABMiller’s CFO quits - UK

SABMiller’s CFO quits - UK

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IOL Business - Feb 19th 2015, 10:33

London - International brewer SABMiller said on Thursday the group's chief financial officer Jamie Wilson had resigned for personal reasons and will leave on March 31, the end of the firm's current financial year.  

The maker of beers such as Peroni and Grolsch said Domenic De Lorenzo, currently director of group strategy, would take over as acting CFO and a search has begun to find a replacement.

The firm declined to comment on the reasons for Wilson's departure.

From © Independent On-line 2015. All rights reserved. 

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