Brown Shipley CEO to step down

Firm seeking a replacement

Laura Dew
Brown Shipley CEO to step down

Brown Shipley chief executive Ian Sackfield is stepping down after eight years in the role, but will remain a client director for the business.

Sackfield (pictured) has worked at Brown Shipley since 1987 and became chief executive in January 2009. He will remain in the role until a successor has been appointed to ensure an orderly handover and will take up a new role as a client director, focusing on advising clients. During his time as chief executive, Brown Shipley assets under management have grown from £1.9bn to £5.5bn and the firm has completed several strategic acquistions. Brown Shipley expands AUM by £450m with acquisition David Rough, chairman, said: "Ian has done a tremendous job at leading the business for ov...

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