TaxAdministrationHMRC’s CFO quits after just one year

HMRC's CFO quits after just one year

Cruickshank quits HMRC CFO's role after a year in the post, no successor lined up

The taxman’s chief financial officer has quit after just a year in the role.

Stuart Cruickshank, who joined HM Revenue & Customs as CFO in December
2006, will leave in March to take up a number of public and private roles.

His remit was to strengthen and re-focus HMRC’s finance and planning
function, in which he has been ‘very successful’, acting chairman Dave Hartnett
said in a statement.

The search for his successor will begin shortly and comes at a time of great
change at HMRC.

Further reading:

Hartnett stamps authority on HMRC
with board changes

Lloyds TSB finance chief awarded
CBE

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