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Henderson Global Investors CIO Gambi leaves

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Henderson Global Investors chief investment officer Rob Gambi has left the asset manager following a review of the executive committee.

A spokesperson for Henderson confirmed that Gambi left the role in December last year after it was agreed there was no longer a need for the CIO position.

In a statement, Henderson says: “The role was primarily focused on oversight and management of the investment teams globally, rather than being involved directly in making investment decisions or developing a house view.”

His role will be jointly covered by Phil Apel, head of fixed income, and Graham Kitchen, head of equities.

Gambi joined Henderson in 2014 from UBS, where he was group managing director and global head of fixed income. He had previously worked at Henderson and AMP Asset Management as head of equities and head of fixed income.

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