Throgmorton Adds Lawyer, Director

Oct 12 2010 | 12:13pm ET

British hedge fund accountancy and professional services firm Throgmorton has added Adam Hewitson as its head of legal.

Hewitson will focus on all of Throgmorton's business areas as internal legal counsel.

The firm also named Roger Looker to its board of directors as a non-executive director. Looker, who will advice Throgmorton on best practices, is a co-founder of Gilbert Eliot Corporate Finance, later acquired by Rea Brothers, and Stafford Corporate Consulting.

"The appointments of Roger and Adam are testament to our growth and development as a company," CEO Andrew Rubio said. "Our success is down to the quality of our service and these senior appointments leave our clients safe in the knowledge that we have the best possible corporate governance structure and a strategic insight."


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