This marks another top management chance for the chain weeks after it appointed a new CEO.
The parent company of Patisserie Valerie has appointed Nick Perrin as their interim Chief Financial Officer.
His appointment comes nearly two months after then-CFO Chris Marsh, who was arrested following reported accounting irregularities and potential fraud.
Patisserie said that Perrin was most recently the finance director of veterinary services provider CVS Plc, and added that the appointment was made while the firm undertakes a process to appoint a permanent finance head.
"I am pleased to welcome Nick to Patisserie Holdings. He brings with him the necessary experience to help strengthen the team as the Company works tirelessly to put the events of the past months behind it and look forward to the future," CEO Steve Francis said in their latest announcement.
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