Columbia Threadneedle EMEA CEO Nick Ring to retire after 34-year career

David Logan promoted

Valeria Martinez
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Nick Ring, CEO of Columbia Threadneedle’s EMEA business, is set to retire at the end of the year, following a 34-year career in the investment industry.

Ring was appointed to lead Columbia Threadneedle's EMEA business as CEO in 2019, returning to the firm after a four year spell as global head of distribution for Jupiter Asset Management. Prior to this, he served as global head of product at Threadneedle Asset Management for seven years. He also held roles with Northern Trust Wealth Management, Northern Trust Global Investments and KPMG. Since his appointment as CEO, he has seen the business through the Covid pandemic and the acquisition and ongoing integration of BMO's EMEA asset management business. Selectors on Screen: Columbia ...

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