Editor's letter: Changing of the guard

Who are leaders of tomorrow?

Lauren Mason
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This week, the financial news headlines have (rightly) been dominated by the retirement of two industry greats: Quilter Investors’ Bambos Hambi and BMO Global Asset Management’s Gary Potter, who will step back at the end of this year and Q1 of next year respectively to spend more time with their families.

In their own rights, Hambi and Potter have been forces of nature in the industry, having each spent decades in financial services. Hambi, who began his career at Legal & General, has held various esteemed roles in the industry, having had head of multi-manager roles at Rothschild Asset Management, Gartmore and Ivory & Sime. Prior to joining Quilter last year, he also spent more than nine years at Aberdeen Standard Investments (formerly Standard Life Investments), where he managed the immensely successful MyFolio range of risk-targeted funds, which grew to more than £32bn in assets under his...

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