UK - Graham Kane of Old Mutual Asset Managers (OMAM) has resigned as head of business development to join another investment company. OMAM declined to comment on which company he will be joining.
Chief executive John Ainsworth said: “We are sorry to see Graham go and wish him well at his new company. With the team we have in place, I am confident that we will build on our successes of the last 12 months and continue to grow our business”.
Old Mutual is continuing to grow its business development team and expects to announce further appointments in both sales and marketing shortly.
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