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Cressida Hogg quits 3i

Cressida Hogg quits 3i

Cressida Hogg, managing partner of 3i, is to leave the group at the end of March.

Phil White and Ben Loomes will be appointed co-managing partners of 3i’s infrastructure business, responsible for portfolio management and strategic development respectively.

Investment origination and fundraising at 3i will be led by Neil King, who will become a senior partner.

‘I am sorry to see Cressida leave our business and would like to thank her for her contribution over the years,’ said Simon Borrows, 3i’s chief executive.

‘Her departure provides an opportunity to promote a number of very talented individuals and, in doing so, bring further energy and focus to investment origination and business development.’

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