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Tate & Lyle moves finance exec to investor relations role

Tate & Lyle divisional finance boss Tim Lodge is moved to head up M& A and investor relations department

Tate & Lyle’s head of M&A and investor relations Mark Robinson has
left the company and has been replaced by Tim Lodge, the FD of its European
starch business.

Robinson’s departure follows the company’s profit warning last week, with
analysts suggesting that he has shouldered the blame for the company’s share
price suffering a 28% drop,
according
to reports today
.

Lodge is a former group financial controller at Tate & Lyle, and has also
served as MD of Zambia Sugar. His new title is head of investor relations.

Further reading:

Profile: John Nicholas, group FD
of Tate & Lyle

The
Times: Tate & Lyle share plunge puts chief under pressure to
quit

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