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29 Jul 2021 | 09:31

Hargreaves Lansdown CFO Johnson to step down

(Sharecast News) - Investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown said on Thursday that Philip Johnson plans to step down from his role as chief financial officer for personal reasons. The board will now begin the search process to identify and appoint a successor. In the meantime, Johnson will work with chief executive Chris Hill and the board to ensure an orderly transition.

Hill said: "Philip has been a highly valued member of the management team and board and has played an instrumental role in helping the company perform strongly through these unprecedented times.

"While I am sad that he is going, I respect his decision and look forward to working together as the search for his successor begins."
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