Columbia Threadneedle EMEA head Michelle Scrimgeour resigns

To join L&G - reports

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Michelle Scrimgeour has resigned as CEO for EMEA at Columbia Threadneedle and will join Legal & General, according to reports
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Michelle Scrimgeour has resigned as CEO for EMEA at Columbia Threadneedle and will join Legal & General, according to reports

Michelle Scrimgeour, chief executive officer for EMEA at Columbia Threadneedle has resigned from the firm and will join Legal & General, according to reports.

She will continue in her current role over the coming months and work with chief executive officer, Ted Truscott and the rest of Columbia Threadneedle's regional leadership team to ensure a smooth ...

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