Mitesh Sheth steps down as Redington CEO

Over five years at the helm

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Mitesh Sheth will be stepping down as CEO of Redington at the end of this year, after more than five years in the role.

Since Sheth began as CEO, Redington has grown from 79 to over 200 employees. He said he has decided that now is the right time to step down from his role to explore other opportunities. The search for a new CEO has begun and Zoe Taylor will assume an interim CEO role supported by the rest of the leadership team and chair, Kathryn Purves. Taylor has worked closely with Sheth since joining in 2017 and has worked as deputy CEO since January of this year. Meet the ESG Investment Influencers: The inside story with Sarah Miller of Redington Commenting on the announcement, Purves said:...

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