INVESCO Plots New Sales Initiative

Lewis, Jakema
October 2006
Investment Management Weekly;10/23/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p1
The article reports on the reorganizational plan of asset management firm Invesco. The number of job positions to be eliminated after the reorganization is cited. Tony Cox, head of North American distribution, will leave the firm to pursue other career interests. Mark Armour has assumed the role of managing director.


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