Quilter Cheviot CEO Loudon to retire as Baines returns to role

Will remain in advisory role

Laura Dew
Quilter Cheviot CEO Loudon to retire as Baines returns to role

Quilter Cheviot chief executive David Loudon is to retire from the firm at the end of June, with his role being taken over by Martin Baines, who was previously CEO of the business.

Loudon (pictured) has worked at Quilter Cheviot since 1999 and became chief executive in 2015, shortly after the firm was acquired by Old Mutual Wealth. He will continue to work at the firm in an advisory...

To continue reading this article...

Join Investment week

  • Unlimited access to real-time news, analysis and opinion from the investment industry, including the Sustainable Hub covering fund news from the ESG space

  • Get ahead of regulatory and technological changes affecting fund management

  • Important and breaking news stories selected by the editors delivered straight to your inbox each day

  • Weekly members-only newsletter with exclusive opinion pieces from leading industry experts

  • Be the first to hear about our extensive events schedule and awards programmes

Join now


Already an Investment Week


More on Wealth managers

Fidelity International CEO Anne Richards

Fidelity International CEO Anne Richards appointed chair of TheCityUK

Succeeds Mark Tucker

James Baxter-Derrington
clock 03 December 2021 • 2 min read
Mitesh Sheth of Redington

Mitesh Sheth steps down as Redington CEO

Over five years at the helm

clock 26 November 2021 • 1 min read
Nick Lyth

Nick Lyth steps back as Green Angel Syndicate CEO

Two new board members

James Baxter-Derrington
clock 26 November 2021 • 2 min read