Andrew Griffith has been named as BSkyB’s new CFO.
The company decided to recruit from the ranks in selecting Griffith, who was
previously BSkyB’s director of group finance, M&A and investor relations.
Sky conducted a thorough internal and external selection process before
choosing Griffith, who fills the vacancy created by Jeremy Darroch’s promotion
Darroch said:’Andrew is a key member of Sky’s leadership team and has made a
significant contribution to the growth of our business. His detailed knowledge
company and wider industry and his strong technical skills made him the
outstanding candidate for CFO. This appointment is evidence of our strength in
depth and positions us well for the future.’
Griffith’s appointment comes into force with immediate effect.
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