Guy Sears retires after more than three decades across financial services

Katherine Damsell succeeds

Cristian Angeloni
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Guy Sears will retire from his position as non-executive chair of Marlborough Group’s ACD business Investment Fund Services, bringing an end to more than three decades across financial services, Investment Week can reveal.

Sears has been a non-executive director at the firm for the last seven years, joining the group after a spell as interim CEO of the Investment Association, and will continue to work with Marlborough on a series of upcoming projects. Marlborough rebrands business in 'ambitious' growth drive Sears began as a solicitor working on financial services cases, before joining the Financial Services Authority in 1997 as head of market conduct. He also held a variety of consultancy roles, including with the Jersey Financial Services Commission, and first arrived at the Investment Association in ...

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