New CEO and chairman appointed at PES

Plans to grow mid-market business

Adam Saville
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Tobin Murphy-Coles is taking over from PES founder Ian Rummels as CEO
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Tobin Murphy-Coles is taking over from PES founder Ian Rummels as CEO

Tobin Murphy-Coles and Stuart Gray now at the helm of employee benefits consultancy (EBC)

Chiltern Capital-backed PES has recruited a new CEO and chairman to lead its ‘ambitious' growth plans, according to the firm. Tobin Murphy-Coles is taking over from PES founder Ian Rummels and with him he brings Stuart Gray, founder and chairman of Portus, which was acquired by Aon in 2017. Gray joins the business as non-executive chairman as of January 2021. Murphy-Coles is ex-chief compliance officer (CCO) of Lorica, which was acquired by Aon in 2014 and is also co-founder of wellbein...

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