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Thomas MacMillan, the incoming CEO of Gluskin Sheff, has plenty on his plate as he takes over from Jeremy Freedman. The wealth management firm has been making headlines recently due to a legal dispute with its founders, Ira Gluskin and Gerald Sheff, who are seeking a combined $185 million in post-retirement payments. (The firm maintains the amount should be closer to $12.2 million.) MacMillan takes the reins on July 1 and will be tasked with heading the company as the arbitration process continues – and considering his 40-plus years of experience in the business, he’s clearly capable of doing so.
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