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Private client head Sunderland stands down at Walker Crips

Michael Sunderland, the private client director and former chief executive of Walker Crips, has announced he will retire from the firm’s board.

The 64-year-old’s decision will take effect from 28 February 2011.  Sunderland joined the company in 1972 and went on to hold a number of senior executive positions, including the role of chief executive from 1996 to 2006.

Following Sunderland's retirement after 38 years’ service, Chris Kitchenham, a director of the Walker Crips Stockbrokers, will head up the private client division.

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