Capita chief quits as pre-tax profits plunge 33%

By James Evison | 08 March 2017

The chief executive of outsourcing giant Capita, Andy Parker, has stepped down following a 33% drop in pre-tax profits, which the firm blamed on Brexit.

Mr Parker claimed results followed a ‘scarcity of deals’ – but insisted the wheels were ‘not coming off the train’.

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