The Tenet GroupMar 30 2023

Tenet appoints successor as CEO Mark Scanlon exits

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Tenet appoints successor as CEO Mark Scanlon exits
Mark Scanlon, former chief executive at Tenet Group

Tenet Group has announced that chief executive officer Mark Scanlon and chief financial officer Martin Tyler will be leaving the business with immediate effect.

The firm has appointed Helen Ball as CEO to take over from Scanlon.

Ball was previously managing director of Tenet and has more than 40 years’ experience in the sector.

She has previous experience undertaking strategic reviews and has been working on Tenet's review to date, so is ideally placed to pick up the reins.

Philip Hilling, chair of Tenet, said: “At the end of 2022, we started a strategic review to examine all the group’s options, which included a review of our leadership team, and as a result we have appointed Helen Ball, due to her wealth of financial services experience.

“As a result, Mark and Martin will be leaving the business. We would like to thank them for their years of service, valuable contribution and wish them well for the future.”

Hilling added: “We are pleased we will be able to have an orderly handover and ongoing continuity through Helen’s promotion. 

“Importantly for colleagues, members and our customers, Helen brings over 40 years’ experience and vast knowledge of the financial services industry, having held numerous positions within Tenet over the last 12 years.

“Helen will provide the strength and stability the business needs, as she works closely with our advisers to conclude the strategic review by the end of May 2023.”

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