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UK brewer and pub operator Greene King has appointed Madame Tussauds head Nick Mackenzie as its new CEO.

Nick Mackenzie will start with Greene King at the start of May

Nick Mackenzie will start with Greene King at the start of May

Mackenzie, who is in charge of the well-known waxworks museum and other global attractions for Merlin Entertainments, will join Greene King as chief executive on 1 May. He replaces Rooney Anand, who announced in November he would step down after 13 years in charge.

Mackenzie has led the Midway portfolio of attractions for Merlin since 2015. Midway includes about 100 businesses around the world including Madame Tussauds, the London Eye and Sea Life aquariums. Mackenzie was in charge of Merlin's resort theme parks unit between 2011 and 2015.

Mackenzie said of his new appointment: "Greene King is a very strong business with a great portfolio of pubs and beer brands and a real commitment to its customers, staff and shareholders. I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues to deliver on our vision to be the best pub company and brewer in Britain."

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