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Former Reuters CFO Grigson to chair Creston

Creston appoints finance expert as chairman elect

Former Reuters and EMAP finance chief David Grigson has been appointed
chairman-elect of
Creston.

Grigson has joined the PR and marketing group as a non-executive, but takes
on the chair role at the start of the next financial year on 1 April.

He served as FD of
EMAP before
spending eight years as CFO of
Reuters.

“I am delighted to welcome David to the Board of Creston and very much look
forward to working closely with him in the months ahead as we transition the
chairmanship of the group. He has high-level media experience that will be
invaluable for Creston’s next stage of development,” said current chairman David
Marshall.

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