Khalaf to depart from Hargreaves Lansdown after 18 years

To pursue other opportunities

Anna Fedorova
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Laith Khalaf: "After 18 enjoyable years, I will be leaving HL in due course to pursue other opportunities."
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Laith Khalaf: "After 18 enjoyable years, I will be leaving HL in due course to pursue other opportunities."

Laith Khalaf is leaving his role as senior analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown after 18 years at the firm to pursue other opportunities.

Khalaf has worked for the firm since 2001, joining straight after graduating from Cambridge University. During his 18 years at the company, he held a variety of roles across pensions and investment...

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