abrdn's Harry Nimmo to retire after four decades

Nimmo will step down at the end of 2022

Valeria Martinez
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Harry Nimmo, co-manager of the abrdn UK Smaller Companies funds, is set to retire at the end of this year after a 38-year career at the firm.

Nimmo stepped down from his position as head of smaller companies in February 2020 but remained at the helm of the £1.5bn UK Smaller Companies fund and £523m UK Smaller Companies Growth trust. Following his retirement, Abby Gleannie will remain manager on all UK Smaller Companies products, joined by Amanda Yeaman, who will be promoted to deputy next January.  Gleannie has been working with Nimmo on the UK Smaller Companies funds for almost seven years, having been named co-manager in November 2020.   abrdn merges UK and European equity teams A spokesperson at abrdn said that the...

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