The big asset manager CEO moves of the past six months

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Beth Brearley
People moves

People moves

Investment Week rounds up the big asset manager CEO moves of the past six months.

Investment Week rounds up the big asset manager CEO moves of the past six months. There have been a number of senior level moves since July 2018 as firms review their corporate strategies. Macquarie Group became the first major investment bank to appoint a female chief executive while Janus Henderson's shared chief executive structure was jettisoned with the announcement that co-CEO Andrew Formica was leaving the business. Meanwhile, embattled asset managers GAM and Jupiter also announced changes at the helm with Alexander Friedman and Maarten Slendebroek stepping down respectively.

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