Gary Potter retires from industry after more than four decades

Remains exclusive consultant to BMO GAM

James Baxter-Derrington
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Co-head of BMO Global Asset Management’s multi-manager team Gary Potter is to retire after more than 40 years in the fund management industry.

Potter, who has been a judge for Investment Week's Fund Manager of the Year Awards since its launch over 25 years ago, has taken the decision in order to spend more time with his family. BMO GAM: Market uncertainty takes toll on number of funds generating consistently strong returns He will remain with the firm over a transition period, which will see Rob Burdett assume sole leadership of the multi-manager team upon Potter's eventual retirement. Burdett will be supported by a team of eight, including four senior partners: Kelly Prior, Anthony Willis, Scott Spencer and Paul Green. ...

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