abrdn CIO for multi-asset solutions exits after four years

Aymeric Forest departs

Valeria Martinez
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abrdn’s chief investment officer for multi-asset solutions Aymeric Forest has left the firm after four years as it conducts a strategic review into the £180bn unit he oversaw.

Forest joined the Edinburgh-based asset manager in February 2019 after nearly eight years at Schroders to succeed the previous multi-asset boss Guy Stern. He managed a team of 147 people managing more than £180bn of assets and liabilities. A spokesperson said that Forest has stepped down from his role to "pursue other opportunities in the next phase of his career".  The moves comes amid a strategic review into the processes behind the multi-asset solutions business "to streamline and simplify procedures", currently being carried out by abrdn's global head of alternatives Russell Barlo...

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