Heat is on for Toland as problems pile up for beleaguered Aryzta

The boss of the Irish-Swiss baking giant Aryzta must convince investors that they won’t get burned

30th September, 2018
Kevin Toland, chief executive of Aryzta, at its agm last year Picture: Fergal Phillips

Tomorrow morning, Kevin Toland faces the biggest challenge of his career when he announces the annual result of food company Aryzta.

Since taking over as chief executive of the Irish-Swiss food company 12 months ago, it has been nothing short of a disaster for the former Dublin Airport Authority boss.

He has stepped into the chief executive role of a company suffering from a debt overhang, a battered share price and difficult trading. Barely a few...

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