ASX-listed multi-boutique names new CEOBY ALEX BURKE | FRIDAY, 22 JUN 2018 11:58AM
An ASX-listed multi-boutique with $70 billion in assets under management worldwide has named its new chief executive.
Read more: US, Australia, Pacific Current Group, Rajiv Jain, GQG Partners, Australian, Brendan Casey, CEO, Greenwood Investment Consulting, New Zealand, Paul Greenwood, Russell Investments, Tacoma, Vontobel, Washington
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