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Halfords appoints finance expert to its board

The bicycle and car part retailer recruits David Adams, former FD at House of Fraser, as a non-executive director

THE FORMER FINANCE director of the House of Fraser has been appointed to the board of Halfords.
David Adams will join the board of the bicycle and car store company on 1 March as a non-executive director. Adams was deputy chief executive and finance director of House of Fraser until 2006. He has also held the finance director positions at Asprey, Texas Homecare, Top Shop and Dorothy Perkins. He will also chair Halford’s audit committee, taking over from Nigel Wilson.
Dennis Millard, Halfords chairman, said: “David brings extensive and very relevant financial and business experience and a deep knowledge of the retail sector. He will be a valuable member of our board and I am delighted to welcome him to Halfords.”

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