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Arbuthnot Latham structured product subsidiary boss exits

Arbuthnot Latham structured product subsidiary boss exits

Adrian Neave, managing director of structured product specialist Gilliat, has resigned from the firm to pursue other interests.

Neave’s responsibilities will be taken up by deputy managing director Steven Graham and Andrew Savill, business development director.

‘Adrian has led the development and growth of Gilliat against the backdrop of a very difficult period in the financial markets and the UK economy generally,’ commented James Fleming, chief executive of Arbuthnot Latham, Gilliat’s parent.

Neave (pictured) founded the Gilliat division within Arbuthnot Latham when he joined the company in 2009.

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