Craig Marshall named new group CEO of Irwin Mitchell
Craig Marshall has been appointed as the new group CEO of Irwin Mitchell, following the loss of former group chief executive officer, Andrew Tucker.
Mr Marshall joined Irwin Mitchell in 2007 when the firm merged with Scottish law firm Golds before being appointed chief executive officer of Irwin Mitchell’s personal legal services division from 2014 to April 2021. He then became group chief operating officer in 2021.
He said: “I’m delighted and honoured to have been appointed by Glyn and the Irwin Mitchell Holdings Board and would like to thank them for affording me this opportunity to lead us through the next stage of our evolution.
“I’m committed to developing the strategy for the group, recognising our strengths and investing for our future. We have exciting plans in place to continue to strengthen our market position, including our continued investment in new talent across the business, and most recently highlighted through our investment in Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie and with more to come.
“In the coming days and weeks, I will ensure a smooth transition into my new role, working closely with the board and colleagues from across the group.”