Founder Jo Sellick to leave Sellick Partnership

Jo Sellick has this week announced his departure from Sellick Partnership, the business he founded 22 years ago.

France headquartered Samsic Group became the majority shareholder of the firm in 2019. Sellick Partnership has 115 staff, with offices across the UK.

Samsic is based in Rennes, France and employs 120,000 people in 27 countries.

“Jo leaves with our sincere gratitude for all that he has contributed over the years,” a Sellick Partnership statement said. 

He leaves the firm in the hands of Hannah Cottam, who is taking over the role of COO, and group director Ray Wareing, both long-time company employees. Cottam will report to Gilles Cavallari, Samsic’s representative on Sellick’s board of directors.

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