Cruickshank to step down from LSE

Cruickshank to step down from LSE

Don Cruickshank, announced yesterday that he would step down as chairman of the London Stock Exchange.

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His term will come to an end after the annual meeting next July and he said his decision to make the announcement now was to give the LSE enough time to find a suitable successor.

Cruickshank has been widely criticised during his time at the helm, with his support for the merger with the German bourse raising plenty of eyebrows through the city.

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