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oOh!media appoints Chris Roberts as new CFO

ASX-listed outdoor advertiser oOh!media - owner of wide format business Cactus Imaging - has appointed Chris Roberts as its new chief financial officer to replace current CFO Sheila Lines, who’s stepping down.

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ooh logo 22 jul“oOh!media Limited (ASX:OML) is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Roberts as the company’s new Chief Financial Officer, effective 1 August 2022,” oOh! told the ASX.

“Chris is currently oOh!’s Group Commercial Finance Director and has held a variety of senior finance-related roles during his 6 years with the Company, including acting CFO and acting Chief Commercial Operating Officer.

“He brings extensive experience to the role, including senior finance and strategy roles with Aristocrat Leisure Ltd, having commenced his career with Deloitte. Chris is a Chartered Accountant and has an Executive MBA with the Australian Graduate School of Management.”

cathy oconnor edit oohoOh!media CEO Cathy O’Connor (right) said: “Having conducted a thorough recruitment process which considered internal and external candidates, we’re very pleased to welcome Chris to the role.

“Chris’ appointment reflects the depth of talent within our organisation, and we are delighted to be able to promote from within the company for such an important role.

“His demonstrated technical and financial capability, together with his strong strategic, operational and leadership skills will equip Chris to make an important contribution as CFO and as a member of our executive leadership team.”

oOh!’s current CFO Sheila Lines, who signalled her intention to leave the company in March 2022, will step down as CFO effective 1 August 2022 and remain as a consultant to oOh! until 30 September 2022.

“On behalf of everyone at oOh!, I want to acknowledge the enormous contribution Sheila has made to the company over the past 4 years, and wish her every future success,” O’Connor said.