Steve Allen has been appointed as the stopgap FD of
Transport for London.
As forecasted by Accountancy Age, the transport body has looked internally to
replace outgoing finance boss Jay Walder.
A statement released by PR firm
Romeike said: ‘Steve Allen
has been appointed interim managing director of finance for TfL, following the
announcement that the current managing director will be leaving to take up a new
post outside TfL. Mr Allen has been the director of corporate finance since he
joined TfL in 2003.’
Allen is set to take over at the end of this month when Walder, the body’s
joint MD for finance and planning for the last six years, leaves to join the
international management consulting firm
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