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Truworths Chief financial officer to move
Truworths Chief financial officer to move

Truworths Chief financial officer to move


IOL Business - Jul 12th 2012, 08:43

Mark Sardi would resign as chief financial officer at Truworths International to take up the position of deputy chief executive at a listed pharmaceutical company, Truworths said yesterday.

Sardi, who will remain at Truworths until at least the end of 2012, has been a director since February last year having joined the group as chief financial officer designate in July 2010. In February the group posted a 14 percent rise in first-half profit. Its shares fell 1.1 percent to R94.70 yesterday. – Bloomberg and Reuters  

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