Edrington announces new leadership appointments

13 January, 2017

Edrington has announced a number of leadership appointments to its super premium, regional power brands and global travel retail divisions. 

Paul Ross will succeed Bill Farrar as managing director super premium. Chris Spalding will take over from Ross as president of Edrington Americas.

The international premium spirits company has also named Aristotelis 'Tellis' Baroutsis as managing director of its regional power brands business unit, which is responsible for The Famous Grouse, Cutty Sark and Brugal rum.

Igor Boyadjian replaces Tellis as managing director of Edrington global travel retail in Singapore.

Ian Curle, chief executive, said: "Bill has been a friend and colleague for nearly thirty years, during which time he has contributed strongly to Edrington's growth and success. I would like to thank him for his valued support and commitment, and wish him all the best in his future business interests.

“When Edrington moves into its new global headquarters in Glasgow in the spring, I am delighted that we will be joined by two of our most experienced international leaders in global roles.”





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