Michael Kerr-Dineen has retired from his role of chairman at London-based investment management partnership Vermeer Partners.
He will remain a partner of the firm.
Mr Keer-Dineen will be replace by James Edgedale.
As a co-founder of the firm, he joined as chairman in 2018 alongside chief executive Simon Melling.
The business has since grown significantly and now has £1.8 billion in assets under management.
Mr Kerr-Dineen has been a prominent figure in the UK wealth management industry for 45 years.
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