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Ladbrokes makes another new appointment

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tof Fahy will return to the industry and join Ladbrokes as its CMO, as the operator has announced another change in management.

Fahy left his position as CMO of William Hill in March, a role he had been in since 2010, and held the same title when working for the Telegraph Media Group between April and November.

The latest announcement from Ladbrokes follows the appointment of John Kelly as chairman in December, who has made the transition from non-executive director and senior independent director, which he had been since 2010, to replace Peter Erskine.

Jim Mullen, who Fahy will report to, took over as CEO in April in place of Richard Glynn.

Ladbrokes said when announcing Kelly as chairman that it would search for additional non-executive directors to join its board before the completion of its recommended merger with Gala Coral, which was announced in July and is awaiting approval from the Competition and Markets Authority.

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