Halfords group finance director Nick Wharton is to leave the cycle and
motoring retailer to become chief executive of budget home furnishing chain
Wharton will leave the company on 30 November but before his departure he
will present Halfords’ interim results and oversee the renewal of its banking
Chief executive of Halfords, David Wild, said Wharton had “played a central
role in Halfords’ transition from a subsidiary of Boots, through private equity
ownership to become a growing and successful plc”.
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