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Interior image on Instagram of Helical's 25 Charterhouse Square location in London.
A new era will begin at listed property developer Helical, as chairman Mike Slade is to leave the business in July 2019.
Slade, who has served with Helical since 1984 and became chief executive in 1986, hands over the reins to current non-executive Richard Grant.
The move sees Grant step up to deputy chairman, but he will continue as chair of the audit & risk committee and as a member of the nominations and remuneration committees. He is a former financial director of Cadogan Estates, and ex-corporate finance partner at PwC.
The knock-on effect of Grant’s move is to see non-executive Richard Cotton succeed Richard Gill
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