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Ward quits Invesco Perpetual

Invesco Perpetual UK chief executive officer Hugh Ward has quit the business after almost six years with the firm.

Ward, who is leaving for personal reasons, will be replaced by Rob Hain, the chief executive officer of the Canadian arm of North American fund giant AIM.

AIM, which is owned by Invesco Perpetual’s parent Amvescap, has had its Canadian arm run by Hain since 1998.

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