CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT Ian Durant is Greggs’ new non-executive director, adding to roles as audit committee chairman at Greene King and chairman of Capital and Counties Properties.
The high street baker today announced third-quarter sales rose 5.4% and year-to-date sales climbed 46%, and has opened 53 shops since January.
Chairman Derek Netherton said: “We are delighted that Ian has agreed to join our board. He brings extensive financial and commercial experience, and added insight into the world of commercial property.”
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