'I’m looking forward to being more hands on again' - BT's Dan Fitz on joining The Francis Crick Institute

The former group GC on leaving a team of 500 to head the biomedical research centre's four-strong legal department

BT group company secretary and former general counsel Dan Fitz (pictured) is set to leave the organisation to take up a new role at elite biomedical research centre The Francis Crick Institute.

His move, which will take effect from 1 November, ends a more than eight-year career with BT, most of which was spent as group GC before he stepped down in April this year and was replaced by former AB Inbev GC Sabine Chalmers.

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