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Loeve leaves B&Q after two years

Michael Loeve, CEO of the Kingfisher subsidiary B&Q, is leaving the DIY store operator after two years of service and is moving to Netto International as Senior Vice President in his home country of Denmark. Netto is an operator of food stores in Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Poland. For the time being, Loeve's tasks at B&Q will be partly carried out by Jean-Paul Constant, the COO of the company.



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| 4 May 2017

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