AVEVA, the engineering group, announced this morning that its chief financial officer of ten year’s standing is stepping down and that the job has been filled already.
In a statement to the markets Aveva said that Paul Taylor, who has been CFO for ten years, was leaving for “personal” reasons and that James Kidd would take over from January next year.
Kidd, 40, has been with Aveva since 2004 and has been head of finance for the past four years. He previously worked with Arthur Andersen and Deloitte.
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