A new but familiar figure is to take up the CFO role at British Land, while insurance firm esure’s long-serving CEO has stepped down.
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Senior figures are on the move at British Land and esure.
Simon Carter has joined British Land as CFO; he has held senior financial positions at both Logicor and Quintain Estates.
British Land describes his contributions to those companies as taking place “during periods of considerable change and complexity”. Carter is no stranger to British Land, having served with the organisation for ten years in a variety of finance and strategy roles.
He succeeds Lucinda Bell, who has stepped down form the board and departs on 4 April. A team of three executive directors and senior members of the finance function, including the financial co
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