Quilter Investors' Bambos Hambi to retire at end of the year

Quilter Investors CIO

Kathleen Gallagher
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Bambos Hambi, chief investment officer at Quilter Investors, is set to retire at the end of the year to spend more time with his family.

Hambi, who has been part of the investment industry for more than 30 years, left his role as head of multi-manager strategies at Aberdeen Standard Investments (now abrdn) to join Quilter, and also had roles at Gartmore, Rothschild Asset Management and Standard Life. The CIO's role is to oversee Quilter Investor's portfolio management team and Hambi did not have direct day-to-day responsibility for running portfolios. He will stay with the business until the end of 2021 to help with the recruitment of his successor, which Quilter Investors said was in its advanced stages with an announcem...

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