The prestigious restaurant group D&D London has appointed Toby Harris as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO), it has been announced.
Harris joins the company from Big Data marketers Zeta Interactive, where he served as Chief Operating Officer. He has also held senior financial positions at the IT infrastructure company Adapt, a private equity-backed firm, and at Hilton Worldwide, where he was Finance Director.
Previously named Conran Restaurants, D&D London was founded in 1991 and has since become one of Europe’s leading high-end dining groups, with restaurants in cities including London, Paris, New York and Tokyo, as well South Place Hotel in the City of London. In 2011, it also launched Cinnamon Candy, a party planning and catering company.
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