Former Putnam Pro Returns Home

J. L.
April 2005
Investment Management Weekly;4/4/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 13, p3
Reports on the return of Sandra Whiston to Putnam Investments as head of institutional sales and relationship manager as of April 12, 2005. Reason behind the decision of Jeffrey Gould, who will be replaced by Whiston, to resign from the position; Remarks of Putnam CEO Ed Haldeman on the decision of Whiston to rejoin their company; Expectation on the effect of the return of Whiston on the company.


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