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2 Sisters Strengthens its Board

2 Sisters Strengthens its Board
June 28
13:34 2017

Richard Pike.

Boparan Holdings, trading as 2 Sisters Food Group, has announced two new appointments to its board. Richard Pike is to be appointed as its new Group Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and current chief operating officer, Martyn Fletcher, is being appointed to the main Boparan Holdings board from July 1st 2017.

Richard Pike will join 2 Sisters on July 17th and report directly to CEO Ranjit Singh. Richard Pike has a distinguished 20-year track record in financial and corporate leadership roles, having previously worked for Associated British Foods as managing director of British Sugar, and prior to this held the role of Group CFO for AB Sugar. He has also served as Group Operations and Finance director for Bridgemere and CFO roles at Manchester Airport Group and Pilkington. Richard Pike takes over from Group CFO Stephen Leadbeater who has decided to step down due to personal reasons.

Richard Pike says: “There are big challenges and opportunities at 2 Sisters and I am extremely happy to be joining Ranjit and his team. There are clearly many big hurdles the food sector has to overcome, but the potential of a business so wide-ranging and significant as 2 Sisters is a truly exciting prospect. I look forward to playing my part in taking the business forward.”

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