JPMAM's Macklow-Smith to retire from industry

Management changes to take place from 1 November

David Brenchley
JPMAM's Stephen Macklow-Smith will retire at the end of 2020

JPMAM's Stephen Macklow-Smith will retire at the end of 2020

J.P. Morgan Asset Management's (JPMAM) Stephen Macklow-Smith will retire from the asset management industry at the end of 2020, after 23 years with the firm.

JPMAM has announced a raft of changes to the management of a suite of European funds and investment trusts co-managed by Macklow-Smith, which will take place as of 1 November 2020 as a result of his departure....

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