7IM appoints new CEO from Barclays as Tom Sheridan steps down

Retires after 17 years

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Tom Sheridan retires after 17 years

Co-founder of Seven Investment Management (7IM) Tom Sheridan has retired from the firm after 17 years and has been replaced by Barclays managing director Dean Proctor as CEO.

Proctor will take up the role from 8 April 2019, subject to regulatory approval, under the guidance of Sheridan who 7IM said would be available to ensure a smooth transition. Sheridan will also stay on in an advisory capacity. 7IM to buy Edinburgh-based TCAM Joining with 25 years of financial services experience, Proctor most recently headed up the unsecured lending business in the UK for Barclays. He has also previously served as executive general manager for the Commercial Bank of Qatar and the CEO of Arbuthnot Latham. Co-founder of 7IM Justin Urquhart Stewart said Proctor brings...

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