Walker Crips names new CEO as Fitzgerald begins 'phased retirement'

Sean Lam to take over role

Anna Fedorova
Sean Lam to take over as Walker Crips CEO

Sean Lam to take over as Walker Crips CEO

Rodney Fitzgerald, CEO at Walker Crips Group, will be stepping back from his role after ten years, to be replaced by group managing director Sean Lam.

The board changes, which will take place with effect from 6 September, are part of Fitzgerald's phased retirement plans. He will retain his role as group finance director in the process. Lam, who has also held his role for a decade, will success him as CEO, while CIO Mark Rushton will assume responsibility of the investment management & stockbroking subsidiary, Walker Crips Stockbrokers, as CEO, subject to FCA approval. Walker Crips transfers corporate bond fund to Smith & Williamson Chairman David Gelber said: "Rodney has done a tremendous job in leading the business for over ten ...

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