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Wilmington Group Names Pedro Ros CEO - Quick Facts

Wilmington Group Plc. (WIL.L) said Pedro Ros would join the Board of Wilmington on July 14 and would assume the role of Group Chief Executive on October 1, following the publication of the Group's preliminary 2014 results and completion of the associated investor roadshow.

This follows the announcement of Charles Brady's retirement made on February 25.

Ros, 52, was until June 2012 CEO and then Chairman of TNS, a global subsidiary of advertising giant WPP Plc.

From January 2006 until the acquisition of TNS by WPP in October 2008, Ros was executive director of Taylor Nelson Sofres plc, and Managing Director, TNS Global Clients & Sectors.

Ros is Head of Strategic Insight at Creston plc, the digitally focused insight and communications group, a role which he will relinquish on June 13.

by RTT Staff Writer

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