St James's Place searches for next CEO as it opens Dubai office with 20 advisers

Sahar Nazir
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St James's Place (SJP) has confirmed it is speaking with several search firms as part of its long-term succession planning which includes replacing current chief executive (CEO) Andrew Croft. The global advice giant told International Adviser's sister brand Professional Adviser that it is in talks with head-hunter Russell Reynolds Associates to find a CEO to replace Croft as he prepares to step down after three decades with the business. Croft has worked for SJP since 1993 and served as its finance chief between 2004 and 2017 before taking over as CEO in 2018. An SJP spokesperson s...

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