Beighton steps down as Asos eyes new international and own-brand targets

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Asos has announced a host of board changes, including the end of Nick Beighton’s 12-year tenure as chief executive, as it enters the next stage of growth.

Beighton will step down with immediate effect while chief financial officer Mat Dunn will take on the additional role of chief operating officer.

Director of group finance Katy Mecklenburgh will also be promoted to interim chief financial officer, while Ian Dyson will replace Adam Crozier as non-executive chair of the Asos board.

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