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Bowe loses Chase job in merger

Former PIA chief executive Colette Bowe is to lose her job at Chase Fleming Asset Management as a result of the imminent merger with JP Morgan.

Bowe, one of the City&#39s highest profile female executives, is chairman of Western pooled funds at Chase, which involves heading Fleming&#39s retail arm Save & Prosper.

Bowe&#39s role will be taken over by JP Morgan head of asset management services (Europe) Hendrik Van Riel.

Chase Fleming Asset Management press manager Alex Billson says: “The move is due to a management restructure resulting from the merger with JP Morgan. We expect the deal to take place early next year when Van Riel will effectively take over Colette Bowe&#39s role.”

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