Curtis Banks chief executive steps down

With immediate effect

Jenna Brown
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Curtis Banks chief executive Will Self has stepped down with immediate effect.

Self, who was also executive director of the group board at the self-invested personal pension provider, had been in the top job since 2013. Will Self: 21 years in the world of SIPPs Curtis Banks said it would now start the process to find a new CEO. In the interim, David Barral, who was appointed to the board in May 2022, will become executive chairman. Barral has more than 40 years of experience in financial services, having previously been CEO of Aviva UK and Ireland Life. He is also currently non-executive director chair of Rowanmoor Group and non-executive director of The P...

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