Jessops’ finance director has stepped down, the company has announced.
In an announcement to the stock exchange yesterday, the retailer said that
Ian Harris will leave the group at the end of September.
Harris joined Jessops in November 2006 and since then has principally been
working with HSBC on the group’s re-financing, which has now been completed.
‘A search has commenced for a new finance director,’ the company said.
David Adams, executive chairman, added: ‘We would like to thank Ian for his
considerable input into the re-financing process, and wish him well for the
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