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UK soft drinks and mixers company Britvic has started the search for a new chief financial officer, after the current incumbent announced his departure.

Britvic is searching for a new CFO

Britvic is searching for a new CFO

In a regulatory filing today, the company said CFO Mathew Dunn has informed the board of his intention to take up the same role at online fashion giant ASOS. Dunn will remain CFO at Britvic until the end of his notice period in April, Britvic said.

"Mat has made a significant and positive impact since joining Britvic three years ago," said group CEO Simon Litherland. "I would like to thank him for his important contribution and wish him well in his new role."

Dunn joined Britvic from SABMiller in 2015

Dunn's move is the latest in a string of C-suite changes at drinks firms. Last week, Constellation Brands announced a change of CEO, with Rob Sands set to stand down next year and make way for Bill Newlands.  Also this month, Beam Suntory confirmed Matt Shattock's intention to vacate the CEO post, with Brown-Forman announcing the same move for Paul Varga in May.

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Sectors: HR – personnel, Soft drinks, Water

Companies: Britvic

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