Conviviality chief executive Diana Hunter has stepped down as the company continues to grapple with a surprise £30 million tax bill. The alcohol wholesaler and off-licence retailer said Hunter, who has been chief executive since 2013, will be replaced by non-executive chairman David Adams, who will become executive chairman until “further notice”. The parent company of Bargain Booze and Wine Rack added that Hunter would remain with the company for a period of time to provide “transition support”.
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Conviviality CEO Diana Hunter steps down amid financial turmoil