Helena Morrissey steps down as Newton chief executive

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Helena Morrissey

Helena Morrissey, chief executive of Newton Investment Management, has stepped down from the position for a new role as non-executive chair of the board.

She will step down after 15 years as chief executive and will now serve as an advisor to Newton and represent the firm within the financial services sector. She will be succeeded by Hanneke Smits who...

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