Hargreaves Lansdown chief executive Chris Hill to step down

Hill is expected to remain in the role until late 2023

Eve Maddock-Jones
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Hargreaves Lansdown chief executive (CEO) Chris Hill will step down at the end of November next year, the company announced today (17 October).

Hill has served as CEO for six years, originally joining the company back in 2016 as chief financial officer. The Hargreaves Lansdown board has said it is now undertaking  "a thorough and extensive search" for his successor and Hill will remain in his role until late 2023 to allow time for a handover between the two. In a statement, Hill said it had been a "privilege" to lead the company during his tenure, growing both the number of assets and clients and launched the firm's Capital Market Day objectives last year all through what he called " an unprecedented time of change". Indee...

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