Padraic Fallon, Chairman of business publishing group Euromoney Institutional Investor, has died after fighting cancer for more than a year.
Fallon had been chairman of Euromoney since 1992 and announced last year that he planned to retire at the annual general meeting in January 2013.
Managing Director, Richard Ensor, was chosen as his successor and will now immediately take up the role of Executive Chairman. Ensor's old role will be taken up by Christopher Fordham, who has been an executive director of Euromoney since 2003.
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