“There is lots of potential at Llewellyn but there are too many layers of management and administration. This will reduce that and empower the staff,” Snook said. He said the restructuring would result in annual savings of £3m.
Rok also announced this week that Neal Hunt had been appointed as Llewellyn’s managing director. Hunt, who headed Llewellyn’s London business, has been with the firm since 1984.