TwentyFour AM former CEO and founding partner Mark Holman to retire

In June 2024

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TwentyFour Asset Management’s former CEO Mark Holman is set to retire from the firm this June after 14 years.

Holman was a founding partner of TwentyFour AM and served as the firm's CEO from 2008 to 2021m when he transitioned to a portfolio manager role in the multi-sector bond investment team. He currently oversees the TwentyFour Select Monthly Income investment trust, whose chair Ashley Paxton thanked Mark for years on the trust. Amundi appoints former SSGA value CIO as equity investment platform chief Paxton said: "The board would like to thank Mark for his contribution to the company since its launch in 2014. We have enjoyed working with Mark and are grateful for his efforts in buildin...

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