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Adam Hewitson, Throgmorton

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Throgmorton appoints new CEO

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Adam Hewitson (pictured), has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of UK accountancy and professional services provider Throgmorton, part of Link Asset Services.

The current Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Deputy CEO of the business, Hewitson replaces Andrew Rubio who will move to the newly created position of Chairman, both positions effective on 1 October 2018.
 
Rubio joined Throgmorton in 2002 to establish the accounting function at the business and was subsequently appointed CEO in 2009. Andrew has been instrumental in Throgmorton’s continuous growth, overseeing the business as it has grown from three to over 145 employees across Reading, London, and Aberdeen. In his new role as Chairman, Rubio will focus on advising the long-established Senior Management Team on matters of strategy and will continue to engage directly with clients and service providers. 
 
Hewitson joined Throgmorton as Legal Counsel in 2010 with responsibility for internal legal compliance, strategic advice on service delivery, and management of external legal relationships. He became COO for Throgmorton in January 2013 and Deputy CEO in 2017 where his areas of responsibility include legal, finance, IT, procurement, risk, property and people management. Hewitson is a qualified solicitor who specialised in company and commercial law during his 11 years in private practice.
 
Jon Hanifan will take on the position as Deputy CEO in addition to his existing role as part of the Throgmorton tax team.
 
Rubio says: “Adam has played a key role in the running of the business since his appointment as COO and he will fulfil his new role admirably, ably supported by our team of highly knowledgeable professionals. It has been my privilege to lead Throgmorton and to have worked each day with such wonderful staff, clients and other industry professionals over the years.  It is a hugely exciting time for the business, and I look forward to helping Adam shape and deliver an ambitious growth strategy in my new role.”
 
Hewitson says: “During his time as CEO, Andrew has built a great team and got the business in an excellent position to continue to evolve and grow as market needs change. As regulatory burdens increase, and operating costs rise, businesses are under increasing pressure. Our ability to deliver an exemplary service to our clients and react to their changing requirements is paramount. I’m very excited about leading our business through the next evolution of its development.”

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