Winterflood appoints new CEO as longstanding exec retires

Head of trading Bradley Dyer appointed

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Winterflood CEO Phillip Yarrow is set to retire and will step down as chief executive of the Close Brothers securities firm in September, to be replaced by head of trading Bradley Dyer.

Yarrow has been at Winterflood for over two decades, seven years of which he has spent in the role of chief executive. He joined the firm in 2000 as head of electronic trading and was appointed chief executive in 2015. Dyer, who was made head of trading in 2018 and promoted to management director in April of this year, will succeed Yarrow. He joined the firm in 2004 having previously worked at German commercial bank WestLB. Adrian Sainsbury, chief executive of Close Brothers Group, said: "Philip has made a huge contribution over his many years at Winterflood, successfully navigating a...

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