Old Mutual Asset Management (OMAM) CEO Tom Turpin has decided to leave the Boston-based money manager to pursue other opportunities, an announcement said Friday.
In the Sept. 10 statement, Old Mutual, the international long-term savings, protection and investment group with headquarters in the U.K., explained that Turpin will hand over day-to-day operations to Chief Operating Officer Linda Gibson.
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