THE GROUP finance director of greeting cards retailer Clinton Cards has stepped down.
Paul Salador joined the business in 1996 as deputy finance director and has been GFD for two years. Prior to Clinton he was group financial accountant at Royal Printing. His resignation from the board will take immediate effect.
He will be succeeded by Martin Clifford-King as interim finance director on 3 January.
Clifford-King has held various senior finance retail roles in the last 15 years including HobbyCraft, Office Shoes, Costa Coffee, Harveys Furnishings, Evans and MFI.
A statement from the board said: “The board thanks Mr Salador for his valuable contribution to the company, in particular his role in ensuring the recent successful renegotiation of the company’s banking facilities.”
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