Chris Bacon succeeds Clemmie Vaughan as Ruffer CEO

Miranda Best to become deputy CEO

James Baxter-Derrington
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Ruffer CEO Chris Bacon

Chris Bacon has been appointed Ruffer chief executive following the decision of current CEO Clemmie Vaughan to not return to the role post-maternity leave.

Bacon first joined the firm from Rothschild in 2017 as a senior adviser and was serving as interim co-CEO alongside Miranda Best, who is also the firm's head of investments. Ruffer Investment Company...

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