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Old Mutual Asset Managers appoints chief investment officer

Old Mutual Asset Managers has appointed Carole Judd as chief investment officer.


Judd takes over the position from Kevin Carter who had previously performed the dual role of chief investment officer and chief executive. He will continue in the role of chief executive.


Judd is currently the OMAM&#39s chief operating officer.

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