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Supportive employer

Romer-Lee says: “Great managers need a supportive employer and one who understands what investment management is all about. They give managers the resources and the freedom to invest. There’s all sorts of subplots here – the tension between being owned by a bank, being a privately-owned company or being a listed business, because you can argue that there can be conflicts of interest between what’s right for the unitholders and what’s right for the shareholders or the parent company.”

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