RWC Partners names Tord Stallvik as CEO ahead of Mannix departure

Mannix steps down from role after eight years

Mike Sheen
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RWC Partners’ Dan Mannix is set to leave the firm after more than eight years as CEO and will be replaced by head of business development Tord Stallvik.

A spokesperson for RWC Partners confirmed Mannix has already stepped down as CEO prior to his impending departure. Mannix: It is a really interesting environment for recruiting fund managers While the date of Mannix's departure has not been made public, Investment Week understands he will remain for a short period to ease the transition. His replacement, Stallvik, joined RWC Partners in 2015 after it acquired Everest Capital, where he was senior managing director. Stallvik, who is also a member of RWC Partners' executive team, was previously president of Protégé Partners and has...

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