- Jaeger finance and omnichannel bosses depart
- Owner Better Capital searching for replacements
- Pair latest in string of high-profile exits
Fashion retailer Jaeger has lost both its chief financial officer and omnichannel director in the latest of a string of high-profile exits.
Finance boss Harminder Atwal is in the process of leaving the business. Omnichannel director Caroline Lee left at the beginning of this month. Their replacements have not yet been found.
Atwal joined the business in June 2014 from Mothercare where he was finance director. Lee joined the retailer in September 2013 having previously held roles at a range of retailers including Mothercare and Uniqlo.
Jaeger, which lost its HR director Liz Jewitt-Cross last October, is in the midst of a turnaround.
Owner Better Capital instated one of its operations directors, Chris Horobin, as interim chief executive after Colin Henry left the company last September following an unexplained leave of absence.
A Jaeger spokeswoman said: “We would like to thank Caroline Lee, omnichannel director, and Harminder Atwal, chief financial officer, for their contribution to the company and wish them every success for their respective futures.
“The process to fill their roles is well underway and Jaeger is making encouraging progress in its transformation plans with the full support and assistance of Better Capital.”