Quilter announces Steven Levin to succeed Paul Feeney as CEO

by | Oct 10, 2022

Share this article

Quilter have announced that Paul Feeney will step down from his role as Director and as Chief Executive Officer of Quilter plc from 31 October 2022. Paul will remain available thereafter to support an orderly transition.

The Board has also announced the appointment of Steven Levin as a Director and Chief Executive Officer of Quilter plc from 1 November 2022, which is in line with the Board’s long-term succession plan.

As Quilter explained in a statement released today, Steven has led Quilter’s Affluent segment since its formation and has deep business experience across Quilter and successfully managed Quilter’s Platform Transformation Programme. He has been with the Group (and its predecessor companies) since June 1998. The appointment is subject to regulatory approval. 

Commenting on the announcement, Ruth Markland, Quilter Chair said: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to express our deep gratitude to Paul for leading the business for the last decade and for transforming Quilter into the modern wealth manager it is today. He leaves with our very best wishes for his future endeavours. I am pleased to confirm the appointment of Steven Levin as Chief Executive Officer and that there is an appropriate transition period to ensure an orderly handover. I am confident that Steven will take our business forward and deliver on its potential, supported by the strong Executive Committee that Paul has built”.


 Paul Feeney commented: “After ten great years, it’s time to pass the baton. It has been my greatest privilege to have served as Quilter’s Chief Executive Officer. I am immensely proud of what we have achieved, transforming the business from a predominantly closed life book business into the modern, publicly listed wealth manager it is today, with around £1 billion returned to shareholders since Listing. 

“I want to thank the Board, my executive colleagues, and most of all, the dedicated and caring people of Quilter for their support and belief in me over the years. Having achieved what I set out to do, I believe that now is the right time for me to hand over to Steven, my very able successor, to take Quilter on the next stage of its incredible journey”.  

Steven Levin said: “I am delighted to be asked by the Board to be the next Quilter Chief Executive Officer and am excited by the opportunities for our business ahead. 


“I am immensely grateful to Paul personally for his support over the years and to the Board for the trust they have placed in me to lead the business. I am fortunate to be inheriting a strategically well positioned business with a strong balance sheet. I am looking forward to working with my colleagues across the business as we continue to meet the needs of customers and advisers and to realise Quilter’s significant growth potential”.

Share this article

Related articles

NS&I back in favour and mortgage market hits seven-year low

NS&I back in favour and mortgage market hits seven-year low

Laura Suter, head of personal finance at AJ Bell, comments on the Bank of England’s Money and Credit figures for February. She said: “Mortgage lending hit its lowest levels in seven years, if you disregard Covid times, as the housing market shows the first signs of an...

Trending articles

IFA Talk logo

IFA Talk is our flagship podcast, designed to fit perfectly into your busy life, bringing the latest insight, analysis, news and interviews to you, wherever you are.

IFA Talk Podcast - listen to the latest episode