Kingfisher is conducting a behind closed doors search for a new FD according
to press reports.
The DIY retail group, which owns B&Q is looking to replace Duncan
Tatton-Brown who has decided to step down after seven years with the company,
Daily Telegraph reported.
The search for Tatton-Brown’s replacement is the fourth senior appointment
the company has made or is looking to make since Ian Cheshire took over as chief
executive in January.
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