BMO GAM hires Wells Fargo's Mitchem as CEO to replace retiring Wilson

Three years at Wells Fargo

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Richard Wilson leaves after 15 years at BMO GAM
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Richard Wilson leaves after 15 years at BMO GAM

BMO Global Asset Management has appointed Kristi Mitchem as chief executive, replacing Richard Wilson, who is retiring after 15 years with the firm.

Effective 18 March, Mitchem will report to Joanna Rotenberg, global head of BMO Wealth Management. She joins from Wells Fargo where she spent three years as CEO and head of Wells Fargo Asset Man...

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