Ascot Lloyd begins search for CEO as Nigel Stockton exits

The IFA firm is on the lookout for a successor to Nigel Stockton

Isabel Baxter
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IFA firm Ascot Lloyd is starting a search for its next chief executive (CEO) to succeed Nigel Stockton who is stepping down.

Stockton, who has been the firm's CEO since September 2015, will remain in the role while overseeing the transition and appointment of his successor. He will also remain as a significant shareholder. During his tenure, he oversaw the firm's rebrand from Bellpenny to Ascot Lloyd in 2017 and Nordic Capital's purchase of the firm in 2022. Stockton said: "It is almost two years since we agreed for Ascot Lloyd to be bought by Nordic Capital and we decided together at that time that I would hand over to a new CEO when the timing was right. "Now, the time has come to find my successor to ...

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