Ex-Quilter boss Paul Feeney appointed CEO of Skerritts Group

Richard Skerritt remains on board

Hope William-Smith
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Former Quilter chief executive Paul Feeney has been appointed as group CEO at wealth manager Skerritts Group.

The appointment - effective 2 May - will see founder Richard Skerritt move to a non-executive director position on the Brighton-headquartered firm's board. Feeney spent ten years at the head of Quilter, during which time it moved from being a predominantly closed life book business to one of the UK's largest wealth managers. He also held roles with Gartmore Investment Management and was a former CEO of Natwest Private Bank. His appointment today (3 April) came 12 months on from Sovereign Capital Partners' investment in Skerritts, which has seen it go on to complete nine acquisition...

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