GLOBAL - Grantham, Mayo, Van Otterloo & Co, the US-based investment manager, its London-based subsidiary GMO Woolley, and its affiliate offices based in San Francisco and Sydney, are to collectively adopt the name GMO.
“The re-branding clarifies our image in our expanding international market,” said Tony Ryan, GMO’s head of global client relations and sales.
Paul Woolley remains the chairman of GMO in London and a key member of the GMO Group’s board in Boston.
The London senior management team also remain unchanged, under the leadership of managing director, Paul Bostock.
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