Chief executive of Swiss asset management giant GAM Alexander Friedman is under increasing pressure from key shareholders, following a series of crises that have hit the firm since he took up the role in 2014, according to reports.
Friedman's tenure has overseen a profits warning caused by an unsuccessful acquisition, a faltering share price and, most recently, from the suspension of Tim Haywood. According to the Financial Times,...
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