Guardian Media Group has decided that Andrew Miller, currently designated at the company's former chief financial officer, shall be making the permanent replacement for the former chief executive Carolyn McCall, who left the group at the end of June month to take over the designation at EasyJet.
GMG, the group that is owned by the Scott Trust, a nonprofit group which is set to shelter the financial and editorial prospect of The Guardian, that had formerly appointed Mr. Miller as temporary chief executive, however today the group has confirmed his appointment on a permanent basis.
According to the chair person of GMG group, Amelia Fawcett the appointment of Mr. Miller had trailed a rigorous recruitment process which came out with the very high-quality shortlist of candidates.
Ms Fawcett had been a former Morgan Stanley banker, who also led the hunt for the heir to Ms McCall through Spencer Stuart, which is a specialist as the executive recruitment firm.
She further added that Mr. Miller has great financial insight, a cherished understanding of GMG's portfolio and a full gratitude of the unique rationale and values.
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