UK - Owen Sweetman, director of operations and marketing planning at multi-managers SEI Investments has quit the firm after 18 months.
SEI denied reports of a disagreement between Sweetman and the firm.
Joint managing director of SEI in the UK, Patrick Disney, said that although a replacement had not yet been found, the company was constantly hiring and would focus on recruitment over the next few months.
Sweetman joined SEI’s London office from William M. Mercer, where he was responsible for the firm’s marketing, planning and administration.
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