Hanif Lalani, BT’s former CFO, has stepped down from the board in preparation
for his departure from the telecoms giant at the end of March.
In stepping down, Lalani leaves his current role as CEO of BT’s Global
Services division to be replaced by Jeff Kelly.
BT said in a statement to the City: “Lalani has held a number of positions in
BT including CEO, BT Northern Ireland where he received an OBE for his services.
“He has been a BT Group Board member since 2005, initially as Group CFO and
most recently as CEO Global Services.
He will stay on with BT until the end of March to assist with a smooth
transition of responsibilities.”
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