Investec Wealth CEO Wragg steps down after 20 years at firm

Will be replaced by COO Ciaran Whelan

Lauren Mason
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Ciaran Whelan will succeed Wragg
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Ciaran Whelan will succeed Wragg

Investec Wealth & Investment (IW&I)'s CEO Jonathan Wragg, who has spent more than 20 years at the firm and the last decade in his current role, has stepped down and will be succeeded by Investec's former group chief operating officer Ciaran Whelan.

Whelan and Wragg will be working through a handover period until 30 June. Whelan, who has worked at Investec for more than 30 years, has held positions as group director of risk and global head ...

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