EQ Investors joint chief executive steps down after 18 months in role

Papadacis' departure follows Mark Howlett's resignation in January

Valeria Martinez
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EQ investors joint chief executive (CEO) Nath Papadacis has departed after 18 months in the role.

It was today (9 November) confirmed that Papadacis left EQ at the end of last month, and a direct replacement has not been made, a spokesperson confirmed. The company has two joint CEOs in place - Sophie Kennedy and Toby Walker.   This is the second CEO to depart the firm this year. Mark Howlett stepped down from the joint CEO role and position as head of advice and wealth management in January after four years.  Papadacis first joined EQ as a technical architect in May 2015, before becoming head of technology and operations in September 2016, a position he held for four years until h...

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