7IM CEO Proctor: Why we will come out of this pandemic stronger than we were before

New chief looks back at one year at helm of firm

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Dean Proctor of 7IM

Investment Week speaks to Dean Proctor, who recently celebrated his one-year anniversary at the helm of investment management firm 7IM, about his plans to grow the company, which new products are in the pipeline and how the business has coped with operating amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Prior to joining 7IM, Dean Proctor has been a managing director at Barclays, the CEO at Arbuthnot Latham and a managing director at Citibank. He also spent more than five years living in the Middle East, where he worked as executive general manager for the Commercial Bank of Qatar. First of all, congratulations on your one-year work anniversary. What inspired the move from Barclays to 7IM? I have loved being a CEO in previous roles, but I became more attracted to the asset management and wealth management industry after I returned to the consumer banking sector. My experience the...

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