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BT Group finance director to step down

Monday 8 February 2016 | 17:35 CET | News
BT Group has confirmed reports that Tony Chanmugam is stepping down as finance director, reports The Telegraph. The company said that it had started looking for a replacement. Chanmugam has been group finance director since 2008. Speculation about his role has been increasing after BT announced a management shake-up and confirmed an organisational restructure.

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