BT Group has announced the latest addition to its management line-up.
Former Dixon's finance director Ian Livingston has been appointed to take up the role of group finance director, replacing Philip Hampton who resigned from the company last year.
Livingston, who will join the BT Group in April, will have a lot to live up to - Hampton is most renowned for cutting BT's debt from £15bn.
And debt-cutting skills will obviously continue to play a large part in Livingston's role.
Livingston, aged 37, has been finance director for Dixon's since 1997, and for a time he took on the role of chief finance officer of PC World in the US. He also launched the first internet IPO with Freeserve.
Also new to the BT fold is Ben Verwaayen, who took up his position as BT's chief executive last Friday.
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