BusinessCompany NewsChocs away as Cadbury CFO announces resignation

Chocs away as Cadbury CFO announces resignation

Ken Hanna confirms intentions in switching from chocolate to cars

The chief financial officer of global confectionary giant Cadbury plc has
informed the company’s board of his decision to step down from the role.

Ken Hanna, who also acts as an executive director for the brand, said his
resignation is effective as of April 2009. Hanna has been with the company for
five years.

He will be seeking alternate non-executive positions, including at car
retailer Inchcape plc, which has confirmed his appointment as chairman from May
2009.

Roger Carr, chairman of Cadbury said Hanna has played a critical role in the
company’s restructure operationally, as well as from a portfolio perspective

Cadbury has confirmed the search for a suitable replacement has commenced.

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