CANADA - SEI Investments Canada president and CEO Patrick Walsh has left the company after more than 25 years, Global Pensions can confirm.
A spokesperson for SEI said the firm would not be issuing a statement on his departure as it was company policy not to comment on departures that would not directly impact on the business. However the spokesperson did confirm Walsh had left last week.
Walsh was not immediately available for comment.
He joined SEI in 1980 and has held a series of responsibilities with clients across Canada.
SEI administers C$312.1bn in mutual fund and pooled assetsand manages $148.5bn in assets.
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