Home, Ian Griffiths, in the programs like Group, Coronation Street, and Love Island. He will lose CEO and finance director in the next 12 months.
Broadcasting giant ITV has announced that its money will go back 10 years later. Group, home seen as Coronation Street and X Factor. Ian Griffiths, who is a Chief Operating Officer (COO) and will be Finance Director in the next 12 months.
ITV has started searching for his successor. Commenting on the announcement, ITV Plc Chairman Sir Peter Wazalgotti said.
"Ayan has become an important part of management team. He has transformed the performance of ITV.
"The strategy for developing and distributing Young has created a powerful platform for our future success. And has delivered real value for shareholders.
"On behalf of the board and our shareholders, I want to thank Yan for what I did for the ITV."
ITV Chief Executive Caroline McColl said, "The Ian leaves ITV on powerful financial healthcare. She has helped me refresh the tactics and will take part in implementing it within the next few months. I and everyone at ITV will be sorry to see her leave and for the future. She wants to do her best. "
Griffiths began his professional career with Ernst & Young in 1994. In 1994, he joined the media group IMAP PLC.
In 2008, he joined ITV as Director of Grameenphone Finance and played an important role in managing the company's tornado. He earned recognition for his achievement in FTSE 100 FD of the year in 2013. And he has voted one of the top European CFOs at the regular CT Survey.
Ian Griffiths, who retires, said: "ITV is a brilliant business with fantastic people and I have enjoyed my time here. I am very proud of everything I have achieved on ITV. I know not a crisis to keep the business together and then firm Returning to shareholders from 2010. I have to leave a business in a good team and good shape.
"I love Caroline and the team all the way because they are getting energy from the ITV."