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Dublin Airport Operator DAA Announces That Its Group Chief Financial Officer Has Decided To Leave The Business Later This Year

By Dave Simpson

Dublin Airport And Cork Airport operator DAA has announced that its group chief financial officer, Ray Gray, has decided to leave the business later this year.

DAA said that it will now begin the selection of a new group CFO, and that an announcement in relation to this appointment will be made in due course.

Gray will continue in his current role until a successor has been appointed to help ensure a smooth transition.

DAA Chief Executive Statement

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In a statement published on DAA's website, DAA chief executive Dalton Philips said, "Ray has held the position of group CFO since 1999 and has been at the heart of the business throughout his tenure. On behalf of the entire company, I want to sincerely thank Ray for his astute financial leadership during that period, and for his wider contribution to the group, which has been invaluable. I would also like to wish Ray well for the next chapter in his career after he leaves us later this year."

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