Dual CEO-FD role for London Town

Dual CEO-FD role for London Town

Billy Buchanan becomes chief executive and CFO at pub group London Town

Billy Buchanan takes up two senior positions at
London Town, the pub
operator with 225 outlets across the UK.

Buchanan takes on both the chief executive and the chief financial officer
roles with the company. The former chief exec, Richard Gundry, has become
director of development to capitalise on growth in the business and former
finance director and executive chairman Ian Robinson, becomes non-exec chairman.

Ian Robinson, chairman of London Town said: ‘I am delighted to welcome Billy
Buchanan to the Board; he brings with him a great deal of business experience
and I look forward to working with him in the future.’

Buchanan trained at KPMG and has held FD/CFO roles with Ancor International,
the 5-a-side football site operator, and software company Innoprise.

He was most recently a consultant for German Leisure Company.

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