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Arqiva appoints BT man as CFO

Arqiva's new CFO is Phil Moses, ex-CFO of BT Openreach

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST Arqiva has appointed former BT man Phil Moses as chief financial officer.

The company provides infrastructure and media services, as well as an international satellite broadcast business.

Formerly CFO of BT’s Openreach business, Moses was group controller for four years. He replaces Josh McHutchinson, who is leaving Arqiva to return to Australia after two years as CFO.

Chief executive officer John Cresswell said: “We welcome Phil to Arqiva at an exciting time as we reposition the business for some significant growth opportunities. Josh returns to Australia with our grateful thanks for an outstanding contribution to Arqiva over the last two years. He has a worthy successor in Phil Moses.”

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