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OMAM head of strategic alliances exits

Old Mutual Asset Managers head of strategic alliances Kevin Bull has left the firm, Money Marketing understands.

Bull was previously head of third party distribution at Britannic Asset Management. He joined OMAM in June 2006.

The firm appointed Simon Smith as the head of wholesale business from Standard Life Investments in September last year.

BNY Mellon head of global distribution Paul Feeney was appointed as chief executive of asset management for the long-term savings division of Old Mutual in October. But he will now replace former Gartmore head of global distribution Phil Wagstaff as chief executive of Skandia Investment Group. Wagstaff has left to join Henderson as global head of distribution.

OMAM refused to comment.

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