JM Finn chair Sussman retires as part of board shake-up

Steven Sussman departs after 26 years

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Steven Sussman has retired from his role as JM Finn's chair after a 26-year career at the firm as part of a board re-shuffle.

He became chair in 2020 after retiring from executive roles, having been a member of the board since 1997. During his time at the firm, he served as managing partner, managing director and ultimately chief executive officer. CEO Hugo Bedford said: "Steven has helped steer the firm through a key period of its evolution and we thank him for his calm and methodical approach. "In particular he brought to the firm a focus on corporate governance enabling the business to grow even through difficult markets. We are extremely grateful for all that he has done for the business over many years....

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