Capital Economics' founder and chairman Roger Bootle is stepping down to a non-executive role on a part-time basis, while the firm's chief global economist and head of commodities research Julian Jessop has decided to leave the company in January.
The firm said Bootle (pictured), who founded Capital Economics in 1999 and is also a specialist adviser to the House of Commons Treasury Committee, will continue as chairman in a non-executive capacity,...
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