Prezzo hires new CFO, people director

The latest appointments reflect the brand’s “general strengthening of capability,” it said.

Prezzo announced the appointment of Matt Prior as its new chief financial officer (CFO) and Deborah Moore as people director.

The new appointments, the group said, reflect the brand’s “general strengthening of capability, the energy generated by plans for the future, our current trading and the support of Cain International, our new investment partner, all of which provide strong foundations for our future flourishing.”

Prior joins from Pret A Manger where he was most recently finance director for the UK business and was previously trained as a chartered accountant with KPMG.

Moore was most recently group HR director for GLH Hotels, and had earlier HR director roles at both The Restaurant Group and Spirit Pub Company, prior to its acquisition by Greene King.

The group previously promoted finance director Dean Challenger to chief operating officer in the summer.

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