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BT set to poach Asos chairman

The appointment follows the decision by BT to roll out ‘full-fibre broadband’ to 25 million premises by 2026, having received 'favourable terms' in March from the industry regulator Ofcom

The chairman of Asos, Adam Crozier is reportedly planning on jumping ship over to BT to take up the same role at the company, according to The Sunday Times.

The appointment follows the decision by BT to roll out “full-fibre broadband” to 25 million premises by 2026, having received “favourable terms” in March from the industry regulator Ofcom.

He took on his position as chair at Asos in 2018 and has helped guide the online retailer as it continued to grow in recent years.

Crozier first came to light as a corporate leader at Saatchi and Saatchi, and since went on to become joint head of the advertising agency after its founding brothers left to start a rival group.

He subsequently went on to be chief executive of the Football Association, where he hired Sven-Goran Eriksson as the England manager, and eventually became the chief executive of Royal Mail.

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