Former ITV finance director Henry Staunton has been appointed a non-exec at
A stock exchange announcement from the company revealed the move today.
Staunton, 58, was previously the FD at ITV and Granada Group and before that
he was a senior audit partner at Price Waterhouse.
He is currently a non-executive director of Legal & General and Standard
Bank. Previously he was chairman of Ashtead plc and a non-executive
director of Emap plc, BSkyB plc and Independent Television News Limited.
Sir Ian Robinson, chairman of Ladbrokes, said: ‘I am pleased to welcome Henry
to Ladbrokes. His experience in financial, leisure and media matters will be of
a great benefit to the Board.’
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