Quilter Cheviot CEO David Loudon to retire

Martin Baines returns to role

Laura Dew
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Quilter Cheviot CEO David Loudon to retire

Quilter Cheviot chief executive David Loudon is to retire from the firm at the end of June, with his role being taken over by Martin Baines, who was previously CEO of the business.

Loudon (pictured) has worked at Quilter Cheviot since 1999 and became chief executive in 2015, shortly after the firm was acquired by Old Mutual Wealth. He will continue to work at the firm in a...

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