Musgrave Group appoints new CFO

New CFO David O'Flynn has been with the company since 2005
New CFO David O'Flynn has been with the company since 2005

Musgrave has announced the appointment of David O’Flynn to chief financial officer, a position which will see him join the company Board of Directors as an executive director and company secretary.

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28 July 2017 | 0

Musgrave has announced the appointment of David O’Flynn to chief financial officer, a position which will see him join the company Board of Directors as an executive director and company secretary. He succeeds Tim Kenny, who was CFO and company secretary for the previous 12 years.

A chartered accountant and MBA, O’Flynn has over 20 years’ domestic and international finance experience across food retail & wholesale, as well as the industrial and telecommunications sectors. He joined the group in 2005, prior to which he held senior finance roles with leading international companies KPMG, Motorola and Avery Dennison.

At Musgrave, O’Flynn has served in various roles including interim group finance director and, more recently, head of business development.

“David has made an invaluable contribution to Musgrave since joining the business in 2005,” said Chris Martin, Musgrave CEO. “He has already played a key role as part of our Growing Good Business strategy in his previous role as head of business development, with recent accomplishments including leading the acquisition of C.J. O’Loughlin, Allied Foods, and the launch of our partnership with Alibaba.

“David’s strong track record of leading finance teams and identifying new business opportunities will help us deliver long-term sustainable growth, capitalising on the anticipated expansion of the grocery and foodservice markets across the island of Ireland and Spain,” Martin added.

 “I would also like to thank Tim for his long service with Musgrave and for playing a key role in some of Musgrave’s most significant business milestones during this period,” the CEO said.

 

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