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By | Robin Lettice 8th January 2007 12:55

Phoenix tears Stafford from BT

Appoints Chief Operating Officer

Phoenix IT Group has appointed Jeremy Stafford as Chief Operating Officer. He will take up his position and join the Phoenix board by 1 July 2007.

Stafford (44) is moving from BT, where he worked for 16 years, most recently as Managing Director, Government Business. He was previously UK MD, BT Syntegra, and before this led a number of IT services businesses within BT. Stafford has a first class degree in management sciences from Manchester University. ®

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