Capital Pub Company has promoted Nicholas Collins to finance director after a
succesful period as head of finance.
Collins has been head of finance at the company since October 2008. Capital
Pub operates a ‘free-from-tie’ model, allowing it to run its business without
being tied to a particular brewer.
The company runs popular venues including the Hog in the Pound near Oxford St
and The Ladbroke Arms in West London.
Captal Pub said: ‘The company is pleased to announce the appointment of
Nicholas Charles Elliot Collins as FD with immediate effect.
‘As a result of Nicholas joining the company in October 2008, the executive
team has been strengthened and this will enable the company to continue to build
on its position in the London pub market.’
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