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Greencore Appoints New CFO

Greencore Appoints New CFO
September 21
10:15 2016

Greencore Group has appointed Eoin Tonge (pictured) as chief financial officer and as a director of the group, with effect from 3 October 2016. He will replace Alan Williams, who will be leaving Greencore after nearly six years to become the chief financial officer of Travis Perkins plc. Alan Williams will step down on 3 October, but will work closely with Eoin Tonge and the wider Greencore leadership team until the end of 2016 to ensure a smooth period of transition.

Eoin Tonge joined Greencore in early 2006 as group capital markets director, with responsibility for treasury, investor relations, and group communications. He was promoted to group strategy and corporate development director in 2009. Since 2014 he has been managing director of Greencore’s Grocery Division in the UK. He has been a member of the group’s executive board since its inception in 2012. Eoin Tonge worked for Goldman Sachs from 1994 to 2005, holding a variety of finance, treasury and capital market roles in London, Hong Kong and New York. He holds a First Class Honours degree in Engineering from University College Dublin.

Eoin Tonge will be replaced as managing director of the Grocery Division by Nigel Blakey, who is currently that division’s finance director.

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