7IM's Justin Urquhart Stewart to step down from co-founder role

After almost two decades

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Justin Urquhart Stewart: “Over the last two decades it has been a great privilege to watch 7IM grow from an idea to a dynamic business looking after over £14bn of assets for its clients."
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Justin Urquhart Stewart: “Over the last two decades it has been a great privilege to watch 7IM grow from an idea to a dynamic business looking after over £14bn of assets for its clients."

7IM co-founder Justin Urquhart Stewart is set to retire in the new year after making the decision to step down from his full-time position with the firm.

Stewart (pictured) will instead be taking on a different role from January 2020 when he will continue to represent the firm as an adviser and as an ambassador. Since 7IM was founded in 2002, Stewart...

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