Chris Gibson-Smith said he will leave after 11 years chairing the exchange group
The London Stock Exchange Group is set for a change at the
top after the Group’s chairman Chris Gibson-Smith
said he would step down by the end of next year, a decision
that leaves the exchange looking for a replacement.
Gibson-Smith, who has chaired the British exchange group
since 2003, told the LSE Group annual general meeting on
Wednesday that he had decided to leave the post.
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