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    Brian Farrell appointed as new CEO of Kepak Foods Division

    Kepak Group, the leading Irish Food company, is pleased to announce the appointment of experienced food business professional Brian Farrell as its new CEO of Kepak Foods Division.

    Prior to joining Kepak, Brian held several senior executive positions with Glanbia plc and IBI Corporate Finance. Most recently, Brian was a member of the Glanbia Nutritionals executive leadership team, with global responsibility for product management across a range of activities in the nutrition sector as well as leading all corporate development activity.

    Having trained as a chartered accountant with KPMG, Brian was previously a director of IBI Corporate Finance, providing M&A, funding, and strategic advice to a range of clients across industry sectors.

    Speaking about the appointment, Kepak Group CEO, Simon Walker, said: “We are delighted to have Brian join the Kepak team as CEO of our Foods Division. Brian is a leader with a proven track record in managing businesses for growth and driving acquisitive development. I look forward to working alongside Brian and wish him every success in his new role.”

    Brian is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

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