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Luminar FD quits

FD of nightclub operator quits, just weeks after departure of operations director.

The finance director of Luminar, the UK’s largest nightclub operator, is leaving the company after seven years, and just weeks after its operations director left. Link: 3i appoints new finance director

FD Andrew Burns will remain in his post until a successor has been chosen, the company said.

‘Andrew will be presenting the results and accounts for the year to 28 February 2005 when they are announced in mid-May and is subsequently expected to leave the company after a handover period with his successor,’ a company statement said.

Luminar has appointed search consultants to find a new FD.

Stephen Thomas, chief executive, said: ‘Andrew has been with Luminar since 1997 and has contributed enormously to its success. Luminar has benefited from his companionship and professionalism.’

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