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New Chairman For Premier Foods

New Chairman For Premier Foods
August 10
09:18 2017

Premier Foods has appointed Keith Hamill, OBE, as non-executive Chairman to replace David Beever who is stepping down after nine years with the company and five years as Chairman. Keith Hamill, OBE, will join the Premier Foods board on 1 October as non-executive Chairman designate and will be appointed as Chairman on 9 November.

Keith Hamill, OBE.

David Beever, Chairman, says: “It has been a privilege to have served as Chairman of Premier Foods for five years and to have worked with such a talented and dedicated executive team. I wish Keith, the Board, and the Company every success in the future and believe Premier Foods is well positioned for future growth.”

Keith Hamill, comments: “I am very pleased to be joining Premier Foods as Chairman of the Board and look forward to working with the team to deliver value from its great portfolio of brands.”

Keith Hamill currently serves as non-executive director of Easyjet plc and Samsonite International. He has also served as non-executive director of TP ICAP plc (formerly Tullett Prebon plc), Max Property Group plc and Bagir Group over the last five years.

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