22 August 2017 at 06:00 BST

Pemberton Greenish hires new CEO

The private client firm was looking for an executive with proven experience growing a law firm.


London law firm Pemberton Greenish has recruited Simon Slater as chief executive officer. Mr Slater joins Pemberton Greenish following his time as CEO of Thomson Snell & Passmore and succeeds outgoing CEO Robert Graham-Campbell who is moving to take up a new role in Scotland after serving the firm for six years. Mr Slater has over 28 years of experience in the management and leadership of professional service firms including Charles Russell (now Charles Russell Speechlys), DTZ (now Cushman & Wakefield), Eversheds (now Eversheds Sutherland) and Taylor Wessing.   

Pivotal role

Kerry Glanville, senior partner at Pemberton Greenish, said of the appointment: 'We are delighted to welcome Simon to the firm as CEO. He will play a pivotal role in ensuring that we continue to uphold the highest standards of service which our clients have come to expect, and in driving the further profitable growth of Pemberton Greenish.' Commenting on his appointment, Simon Slater said: 'I am excited to be joining Pemberton Greenish, an acknowledged leader in the fields of real estate and private wealth.  I look forward to working closely with Kerry and the wider firm in taking the business to the next stage in its development.'


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