Money Colao to step down from Vodafone after 10 years in charge

12:45  15 may  2018
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After five years at the helm of the world's largest phone company, Arun Sarin is leaving his CEO spot at Vodafone at the ripe old age of 53. His #2, Vittorio Colao , the current Regional CEO of Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa for Vodafone , will be taking the top spot

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Vodafone's chief executive Vittorio Colao will step down on October 1 after more than 10 years in charge of the world's second-largest mobile phone company.

Nick Read, group chief financial officer, will replace Mr. Colao as chief executive designate from July 27.

Vodafone group chairman Gerard Kleisterlee said: "I would like to express our gratitude to Vittorio for an outstanding tenure.

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"He has been an exemplary leader and strategic visionary who has overseen a dramatic transformation of Vodafone into a global pacesetter in converged communications, ready for the Gigabit future.

Colao's decision to step down from the top job came as the company reported a profit of 2.8bn euros (£2.5bn) for the year to March 31. A year ago, it made a loss of 6.1bn euros (£5.4bn).

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