Publishers Totally appoint FD

by Calum Fuller

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29 Nov 2012

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PUBLISHING business Totally has named its finance consultant Don Baladasan as FD, after nine months with the company.

Previously, Baladasan was head of accounting development at Stemcor Limited, where he was charged with the finance and treasury system development for the steel trader. Other prior roles include stints with Burson Marsteller AG, BUPA Hospitals and Financial Times.

Baladasan is a qualified chartered management accountant, having trained with the Financial Times and holds an economics degree from City University.

Totally chief executive Clare Wexler said: "Don was appointed as a finance consultant to the company in May to help formulate and deliver the new business strategy. I am delighted that he has now accepted the formal appointment of finance director to the company."

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