UK - Crispian Collins, vice chairman of UBS Global AM, is to retire in March 2003.
Collins joined the former Phillips & Drew in 1969 as a fund manager.
Later, as head of investment teams, chief executive and chairman, he became instrumental in developing the firm’s institutional business.
On the global merger of UBS’ asset management activities in 2000, Collins became vice chairman with particular responsibility for clients, human resources and business risk - a post he has kept for three years.
Commenting on his departure, John Fraser, global chairman & chief executive of UBS Global AM said: “Crispian has worked with us for over thirty years, most recently as vice-chairman of UBS Global AM.
“He has not only been a key player but also has been instrumental in ensuring the global integration of our business.”
He added: “As a member of the UBS Global AM executive committee, Crispian has been a great contributor and a voice of counsel on a whole range of issues.
“We would sincerely like to thank him for his immense contribution and wish him well in his retirement.”
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