Jez Moxey was appointed the new Chief Executive of Norwich City on 27th July 2016, replacing David McNally.
He spent five years as general manager of Partick Thistle and worked for Rangers before becoming Chief Executive of Stoke City in 1995, overseeing the construction of the Britannia Stadium and led the negotiations leading to an Icelandic consortium taking over the club.
He joined Wolves as Chief Executive in June 2000 and remained for 16 years until their take over by Chinese group Fosun International.
He has also sat on the FA Council.
Moxey resigned from the Norwich position on 2nd February 2017. "The role has not worked out satisfactorily for Jez, his family or the club," club chairman Ed Balls said. "All parties have professionally and amicably agreed to move on. We wish Jez all the best in his future career and now our focus is on the next steps for Norwich City." Finance director Steve Stone will act again as interim chief executive.
On 3rd July 2017, Moxey joined Burton Albion's board as a non-executive director.