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Stephen King leaves money printers

King departs De La Rue to pursue other opportunities

Bank note printers De La Rue is to see its group finance director, Stephen
King, step down from his role after six years.

King joined De La Rue in 2003 when the company made two profit warnings with
King making the third ten days after joining.

Previously group finance director at Midland Electricity, King leaves the
company to pursue other opportunities.

He is replaced by Simon Webb as group finance director designate. Webb was
previously at food equipment manufacturer Enodis, and has held senior finance
roles at British American Tobacco and Paxar Europe – the encryption technology
company.

One in five bank notes in the world is made by De La Rue.

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