– UK, Solihull – Enterprise Inns is pleased to announce that Marisa Cassoni will be appointed as a new Non-Executive Director from 1 April 2015 and will serve on the Audit, Nomination and Remuneration committees of the Board.
Ms. Cassoni is a qualified ICAEW chartered accountant and finance professional with 40 years of experience. She was previously Finance Director of the UK Division of Prudential Group. Between 2001 and 2006 she was Finance Director of the Post Office (subsequently Royal Mail), and between 2006 and 2012 she was Finance Director of the John Lewis Partnership. Ms. Cassoni is currently a Non-Executive Director of AO World plc, Skipton Group Holdings Limited and The People’s Operator plc, where she chairs the Audit Committees. She also sat on the Economics Affairs Committee of the CBI and is currently a panel member of the Competition and Markets Authority.
Robert Walker, Chairman, said: “We are delighted that Marisa has agreed to join the Board in April. We have sought to secure a new Non-Executive Director with outstanding financial experience and qualifications and in Marisa we have achieved that. She brings substantial financial knowledge and expertise which further strengthens the Board”.
Marisa Cassoni commented: “Enterprise Inns is a great business and over the last financial year has made real progress. I see it building on that momentum and focussing on maintaining operational progress so as to reduce debt and generate value for shareholders. I look forward to joining the Board.”
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