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Circana Hires Chief Financial and Growth Officer

June 7 2023

Consumer behaviour specialist Circana, formed from the merger of IRI and The NPD Group, has appointed Anne Bramman as Chief Financial and Growth Officer and a member of its executive leadership team. She starts on June 20th.

Anne BrammanIRI (Information Resources Inc.) merged with NPD in April 2022. The combined company was renamed Circana three months ago and is the 11th biggest MR / analytics company worldwide by revenue on MrWeb's RAIDAR.

Bramman (pictured) joins from Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where she was a senior advisor, and before that worked as CFO of department store chain Nordstrom, Inc. from 2017 to 2022. Earlier she was CFO of Avery Dennison Corporation and Carnival Cruise Line, and worked in senior financial roles at L Brands Inc. She is currently on the Board of Directors of McCormick & Company and is a member of its Audit committee. She holds a BBA in accounting from Texas Christian University and an MBA from University of California, Los Angeles.

Circana CEO Kirk Perry comments: 'Anne is a seasoned executive with a strong track record of success leading the finance strategy for global, consumer brand organizations. Her perspective and leadership will be incredibly valuable as we continue to unlock the full potential of Circana for all of our stakeholders'. He adds: 'On behalf of the Circana Board and leadership team, I want to thank Holly Knightly, who has served as Circana's interim CFO since November 2022, for her tremendous work... We are grateful that Circana will continue to benefit from Holly's expertise as a senior leader within our finance organization moving forward'.

Web site: www.circana.com .

All articles 2006-23 written and edited by Mel Crowther and/or Nick Thomas unless otherwise stated.

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