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Fidelity switches fund chiefs for 2nd time in a year

bizjournals Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Fidelity Investments has named a new chief of asset management, almost a year after it appointed the current chief, long-time technology executive Steve Neff, to the position. The Boston-based money manager revealed Tuesday that Neff, 67, plans to retire at the end of March. He was named asset management chief in November 2018. An internal memorandum shared with the Business Journal referred to the move as a personal decision on Neff’s part. Neff will be replaced by Bart Grenier, the global head…
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