Chase de Vere CEO to step down; Kathleen Gallagher to take over role

Current CEO Kavanagh to become chairman

Ayesha Venkataraman
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Chase de Vere’s CEO Stephen Kavanagh will retire on 29 April 2022 after 12 years at the helm and move into the role of chairman.

During his tenure, the national IFA firm said it achieved record profitability and turnover figures for 2021. While the firm's financial results for 2021 are yet to be publicly released, it reported increased profits of £13.41m and turnover of £76.03m for the year ending 31 December 2020. "I am delighted to have been offered the opportunity to move into the role of chairman, enabling me to continue to contribute to the company which I love and to which I've dedicated the last 25 years of my professional life," said Kavanagh(pictured). "I will be assuming this role immediately on my re...

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