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Change at top of Harbour

Harbour Asset Management is getting a shake-up at the top level as a key person moves on.

Monday, July 10th 2017, 8:36PM

Habour Asset Management executive director and chief operating officer Jody Kaye said it was a big decision to leave the firm, to take up a new role at Fisher Funds.

He will take over as Fisher’s chief financial officer later this month.

He leaves Harbour at the end of this week.

Kaye said he had been with Harbour since it was founded.

“I am proud of what we have achieved over 7.5 years. I am very excited about the opportunity with Fisher Funds as I have a lot of respect for their people and what they have achieved. They have a strong commitment to client focus and on delivering great outcomes for their clients. I am looking forward to being a part of this.”

Fisher Funds’ current CFO Glenn Ashwell is reported to be “taking a career break”. He joined Fisher Funds in 2003.

In a note to clients, Harbour said it had a strong succession strategy in place.

“We will be sad to see him go after seven years with Harbour. It was a difficult decision for Jody, but he feels ready for a fresh challenge and we all wish him the very best for the future.”

It will replace him with two people – one covering the chief operating officer role and one to act as head of client servicing.

Tags: Fisher Funds Harbour Asset Management succession

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