Thursday, 27 November 2014
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Jan 2 2013 | 12:55pm ET
Winton Capital Management CEO Anthony Daniell is leaving his post.
Daniell will step down after more than two years at the helm, but will remain with the hedge fund, Financial News reports. He will be succeeded as CEO by Tony Fenner-Leitao, Winton's current deputy CEO, pending regulatory approval.
Fenner-Leitao has been with the US$26 billion hedge fund for four-and-a-half years. The former Goldman Sachs executive director was named Daniell's deputy in October.
Daniell joined Winton in 2004, serving as head of global marketing and sales and a director before taking the top job in 2010.
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