Director quits Old Mutual to pursue new career

August 2006
Fund Strategy;8/7/2006, p5
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the resignation of Andrew Lighthown, managing director of retail at Old Mutual Asset Managers (Omam), from his post. He wants to pursue his career in teaching. Lightbown, who joined Omam since its foundation in 1999, became the managing director of retail at Omam in 2006. He will be replaced by Simon Wilson, head of marketing at Omam.


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