A NEW CFO heads the list of senior management changes at the London Stock Exchange.
David Warren will take on the CFO role from 2 July, succeeding Doug Webb.
Warren previously spent nine years as CFO of American listing company Nasdaq, and spent seven years in finance roles at CS First Boston.
As CFO, Warren will be responsible for the finance function, treasury, tax financial planning, corporate finance and investor relations.
Webb, who leaves the company on 31 July, had joined in 2008. “Doug’s strong risk and balance sheet management skills and financial oversight of Group acquisitions have been of immense value to the organisation,” said the LSE in its stock exchange statement.
Alexander Justham, known as ‘JJ’, joins the LSE’s regulated subsidiary London Stock Exchange plc. He assumes responsibility for regulatory strategy, government and public affairs, and for UK regulation.
Antoine Shagoury has joined as group COO, while David Lester was appointed as group director of strategic development.
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