PracticeAccounting FirmsBallet company chasse for new FD

Ballet company chasse for new FD

English National Ballet is currently recruiting a finance director

ballet dancer

The announcement follows the resignation of Robin Richman who leaves in March
after nine years in the role. According to a spokesman for
English National
Ballet
, Richman is departing the company on amicable terms. He said the
recruitment process is largely being managed internally, and the response has
been ‘very good so far.’

As many as 20 applications were received on the first day of the role being
advertised. Responsible for managing an annual turnover of £11m ­ comprising £6m
in arts grants, and £5m in fundraising and ticket sales, the successful FD will
sit above a management accountant, accounts assistant and payroll officer.

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