Premier League: Investment banker Gary Hoffman appointed chairman, set to take up role on 1 June
The Premier League said in a statement the 59-year-old would take up the role from June 1 after shareholders voted unanimously in favour
London: Investment banker Gary Hoffman was appointed chairman of the Premier League on Friday, working with chief executive Richard Masters.
The Premier League said in a statement the 59-year-old would take up the role from 1 June after shareholders voted unanimously in favour.
Hoffman, chairman of the Coventry Building Society and Monzo Bank, earlier served notice of his intention to resign as non-executive chair of Hastings Group Holdings before taking up the new role.
The former chairman of the Football Foundation, who began his career at Barclays and was a chairman of Visa Europe, succeeds acting chair Claudia Arney.
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