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Superdry CFO leaves board after a year

Superdry's chief financial officer Nick Gresham has stood down from the fashion retailer's board after little more than a year in the role.

Mr Gresham took over the position in an interim role in June last year amid changes at the top following a battle for control of the Cheltenham-based company.

He moved into the role permanently two months later.

Chief executive Julian Dunkerton said: "Nick joined Superdry at a time of significant change and challenge in the business.

"He has played an important role in putting the company in a stronger position than it was before he joined and helped to steer Superdry through the impact of the Covid pandemic.

"I would like to personally thank Nick for all his efforts in supporting me, the company and all our stakeholders. I wish him all the best for the future."

Superdry said interim arrangements would be put in place while a search for a permanent replacement is underway.

Mr Gresham had previously held the same position for online sports and cycling retailer Wiggle and Oak Furnitureland, as well as senior roles at Homebase and Debenhams.

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