In the game again

Appell, Douglas
May 2008
Pensions & Investments;5/12/2008, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p34
This article presents an interview with Martin L. Flanagan, president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Invesco and co-CEO of Franklin Resources Inc. When asked about his departure from Franklin, he replied that he was very happy and content at the time of leaving Franklin. He said that the organization was going through a succession process, and people wanted to move forward. He also said that through the decade of the 90s, Invesco's financial performance was spectacular.


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