BlackRock EMEA head Hoctor-Duncan departs after 20 years

Will be replaced by Michael Gruener

Jayna Rana
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Alex Hoctor-Duncan

Alex Hoctor-Duncan, head of BlackRock's Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) retail business, has decided to leave the firm, having first joined in 1997.

According to the group, Hoctor-Duncan will take a break before exploring future career opportunities. The head of EMEA retail post will be taken over by co-head of ETF Sales EMEA Michael Gruener with...

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