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Domino's Pizza Appoints Interim CFO David Bauernfeind In Permanent Role

Domino's Pizza Group Plc (DOM.L,DPZ) announced Wednesday that the board has agreed to appoint David Bauernfeind as an executive director and the Chief Financial Officer of the Company, effective immediately.

Bauernfeind was initially appointed on an interim basis, and following a successful consultancy period, the Company said it is making the role permanent.

He had held the position of CFO at Connect Group until June this year and at technology services provider Xchanging for five years between 2011 and 2016. He is currently a Non-Executive Director at photonics technology business Gooch & Housego Plc.

David Wild, Domino's Chief Executive Officer said, "He has considerable experience at this level, with growing and successful listed businesses like ours, which we believe makes him a perfect match for the fast-moving culture of Domino's."

Domino's Pizza's former CFO Rachel Osborne left her post in June.

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