Clarke Wilmott names new CEO as long-serving Sedgwick steps down
Clarke Willmott has announced a change in leadership with chairman Stephen Rosser to succeed long-time leader David Sedgwick in the role of chief executive. It is the first transition in leadership for over a decade at Clarke Willmott as Sedgwick has managed the national law firm for 11 years, having first been elected in 1999. Rosser was named chairman of the firm in December last year and will now assume both roles, which include advising the firm on its operational management and strategy.
Clarke Willmott has announced a change in leadership with chairman Stephen Rosser to succeed long-time leader David Sedgwick in the role of chief executive.
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