David Aird to exit Ninety One after 24 years

Global private markets MD

Cristian Angeloni
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Managing director of global private markets David Aird is set to leave Ninety One after nearly 24 years at the company.

A spokesperson for the firm confirmed his departure, adding that he will continue to have a "business relationship" with Ninety One. However, it is unclear what his next endeavour will be. "We thank him for his contribution to the firm and look forward to our continued partnership," the spokesperson added. Ninety One addresses shareholder dissidents from AGM Aird joined the company – then Investec Asset Management – in 2000 as managing director for the UK, where he was responsible for the retail and institutional business, and was also a director of Investec Fund Managers. He wa...

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