Andrew Macfarlane has been appointed chief financial officer at Ireland
aviation business Aer Lingus.
Macfarlane has served as interim CFO since December 2009. He has held several
CFO positions including, most recently, Rentokil Initial, Land Securities and
Holiday Inn. He worked at Ernst & Young for 12 years, latterly as corporate
finance partner, leaving the firm in 1987.
Christoph Mueller, chief executive Aer Lingus, said: “Since joining as
interim CFO in December 2009, Andrew has been instrumental in addressing the key
challenges faced by Aer Lingus.”
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