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Winterthur poach Rennie from Lincoln

Vincent Rennie is joining Winterthur Life as chief investment officer
from Lincoln Investment Management, where he had a similar role as head of investments and corporate treasury.
Rennie will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of investment management at Winterthur, including both portfolio management and the selection of external fund managers.

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