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Terry Duddy steps down from Hammerson board

Terry Duddy has stepped down as non-executive director at Hammerson after taking up the role of interim chair at Debenhams earlier this month.

Duddy completed nine years’ service on the board of directors at the retail property development company. 

It was expected that he would step down at the company AGM in April in accordance with Hammerson’s normal approach. 

Duddy took on the role of interim chair at Debenhams after previous chairman, Sir Ian Cheshire, was voted off the board by major shareholders, including Mike Ashley

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