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Eve Sleep Appoints Tim Parfitt To Replace Abid Ismail As CFO, Effective June 17

eve Sleep plc (EVE.L), a manufacturer of sleep products, announced Tuesday the appointment of Tim Parfitt as its new Chief Financial Officer with effect from June 17. Parfitt, aged 48, replaces Abid Ismail, whose departure was announced in March.

Prior to the effective date, he will be working with the eve team to ensure an orderly handover from Ismail, whose departure date has now been agreed as May 31.

For the last six years, Parfitt has been CFO of Loaf, an omni-channel furniture retailer.

James Sturrock, CEO of eve Sleep, said, "While the rebuild strategy remains in its early stages, progress continues at pace with a strengthened management team, continuing expansion of the product range and ongoing improvements to the customer experience, underpinned by the recent fundraise."

Parfitt is currently a director of Really Comfy Beds Limited.

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