Hilary Riva leaves British Fashion Council

Tuesday, 02 November 2010

Hilary Riva has terminated her role as non-executive director of the British Fashion Council.

Riva worked at the BFC for more than five years and was previously chief executive. She stepped down as chief executive in March last year as part of a management restructure led by Harold Tillman, chairman of the BFC.

Tillman said: “Hilary has played a pivotal role in turning the British Fashion Council into a dynamic, forward thinking organisation. She appointed a highly creative management team that she has the confidence in to take the organisation forward. We all thank Hilary for her vision and dedication over the past five years, we truly would not be in the position we are today without her.”

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