Nick Lyth steps back as Green Angel Syndicate CEO

Two new board members

James Baxter-Derrington
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Co-founder Nick Lyth has stepped as CEO of Green Angel Syndicate, handing the mantle to current COO Cam Ross.

Ross, who has been with the firm since June 2017, has held a range of roles across industries and also sits as a board observer at Thrift+ and an independent non-executive director at mySociety. Lyth will take on the role of president in order to "focus on creating new customer relationships to develop our nascent fund management business". He added: "Two years ago, my co-founder Simon moved himself into the role of chair, handing his responsibilities for managing deal flow and investment over to Cam. "That has been a resounding success, and I am now following his example so that C...

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