Threadneedle is reshuffling its management structure following the December sale of Zurich Scudder I...
Threadneedle is reshuffling its management structure following the December sale of Zurich Scudder Investments to Deutsche Bank. With Threadneedle regaining operational autonomy, the business is to be split into three divisions, covering investment, operations and distribution, each spearheaded by a divisional director working under chief executive Simon Davies. The directors are chief investment officer Sarah Arkle, Crispin Henderson, who joins in March as chief operating officer, and David Sachon, for sales and marketing. Each will be responsible for retail and institutional business.
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