McDonald’s UK finance VP promoted

by Richard Crump

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30 Oct 2012

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Paul Pomroy is vice president of finance at McDonalds UK

FROM 1 NOVEMBER, Paul Pomroy will be promoted to senior vice president and chief financial officer of McDonald's UK & Northern Europe.

Pomroy (pictured) will succeed outgoing senior vice president, Brian Mullens, who is leaving the UK business to join McDonald's Corporation as vice president and assistant corporate controller, based in Chicago.

Having joined McDonald's in 1996 from Smith & Williamson, Pomroy's progression through the company has included responsibilities as regional financial controller for London and the South East, head of business strategy and head of commercial finance.

In his position as vice president finance since 2008, he has been responsible for commercial and corporate finance, including tax and treasury, with his remit extending to pricing, profitability and financial projections.

In his new role, Pomroy will assume additional responsibility for the company's development and supply chain functions.

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