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WAY Fund Managers CEO retires

WAY Fund Managers chief executive David Pook is retiring at the end of September.

Former compliance director Andrew Stevens will succeed him taking on the title of chief operating officer.

The WAY Group chairman and technical director Paul Wilcox will now head WFM, and the senior management team will be completed by Vince Hoare, David Williams and Richard Godwin.

Pook, 64, has been with WFM since 2000 and has helped oversee the growth in funds under management to well in excess of £0.5bn.

Wilcox says: “While saddened by David’s decision to retire, he leaves WFM very well positioned within the industry, with the high levels of service and performance which have become synonymous with the WFM brand.


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