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Britvic Names Mathew Dunn CFO - Quick Facts

Soft drinks maker Britvic Plc. (BVIC.L) Thursday reported the appointment of Mathew Dunn as Chief Financial Officer. He will join the company later in the calendar year.

Following a period of overlap to ensure a smooth transition, Dunn will succeed John Gibney who will remain as CFO through to the release of the Company's Preliminary Results on November 25. Gibney will remain with the company until his retirement in April 2016.

Dunn is currently CFO of South African Breweries Ltd, a division of SABMiller PLC in South Africa, where he has been based since 2014. He first joined SABMiller in 2002 where he held various financial planning and management, as well as leadership positions before joining EMI Music Ltd as CFO of their Global Catalogue division in 2009.

Dunn returned to SABMiller in 2010 as CFO, Asia (based in China) a role which he held until his 2014 move to South Africa.

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