Nancy Curtin is set to depart Close Brothers Asset Management (CBAM) after a decade with the firm, which is restructuring its investment leadership to replace her role with three new positions reporting to chief executive Martin Andrew.
The new structure will see internal promotions take effect "straight away" to "enable the business to maintain its momentum", Close Brothers said in a statement, with Curtin (pictured) "facilitating the...
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