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Conviviality Group CFO Humphreys steps down

Published:  18 October, 2017

Conviviality this morning announced its group chief financial officer Andrew Humphreys will step down from the board 30th October.

Humphreys, who has been with Conviviality for the past three years, would leave the company after a “period of handover” to his successor – Mark Moran, who takes on his new role 30th October.

Conviviality said it was “hugely grateful” for Humphreys’ contribution to the business, having played a key role in Conviviality’s significant growth, including his pivotal roles in the Matthew Clark and Bibendum PLB acquisitions.

“Andrew leaves with our utmost appreciation and thanks for the significant role he has played in the transformation of the company from its roots as the UK's leading off-licence brand and alcohol wholesaler to Franchisees, to the UK's leading independent wholesaler and distributor to the on-trade and off-trade,” said chief executive officer, Diana Hunter.

Moran, who’s latest role was as chief financial officer for private equity owned Priory Healthcare Group before its acquisition by Acadia Healthcare in 2016, brings more than 20 years of experience at chief financial officer level across a number of different businesses.

Other companies for which Moran has held the position of chief financial officer include Porvair Plc, SSL International and Premier Foods.

Welcoming Moran to his new position, Hunter said: “Mark comes with a proven track record of financial stewardship and has been involved with many acquisitions and disposals, business restructurings and major refinancing and we look forward to Mark joining the team.”