The London Stock Exchange has appointed Doug Webb as its new CFO.
Webb is currently CFO at QinetiQ, the defence business spun out of the
Ministry of Defence.
Prior to his time at Qinetiq, which he joined in 2003, Webb worked for Logica
and spent 12 years with Price Waterhouse.
Chris Gibson-Smith, chairman of the LSE, said: ‘We are delighted that Doug
has agreed to take up the position of Chief Financial Officer at the enlarged
London Stock Exchange Group.
‘Doug brings with him a wealth of financial, operational and international
experience, gained during a career working in senior positions for large
multinational organisations. We believe that Doug will be a real asset to the
Group, ensuring that it continues its record of financial leadership as it
pursues its vision to be the world’s capital market.’
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