BIAM begins its search for new investment officer

Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM) has begun the search to find a replacement for Chris Reilly, one of the domestic industry’s best-known and respected fund managers.

8th April, 2006

Bank of Ireland Asset Management (BIAM) has begun the search to find a replacement for Chris Reilly, one of the domestic industry’s best-known and respected fund managers. BIAM has conducted a number of interviews in recent weeks to find a chief investment officer to succeed Reilly, who stands down in the first quarter of 2007.

A spokesman for Bank of Ireland confirmed that a number of interviews had already taken place and that a...

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