Invesco Perpetual has made its head of marketing Rick White redundant.
White left the firm in November after working for IP for 12 years.
The news of the redundancy comes in the same week as Craig Newman, sales director, and Simon Dale, salesman, also resigned from the firm this week to pursue other opportunities.
Speaking to Investment Week, White said he is looking for a similar role within the industry and is prepared to move his office base from Henley to London.
Invesco Perpetual said although White's role was made redundant, they will be appointing someone to a senior marketing role in January 2013.
Before joining IP in 2000, White was marketing director for Fidelity's pension business. He has also previously held roles at Aegon Financial Services and Hill Samuel Investment Services.
Updated at 14.06
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