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Old Mutual appoints Ian Gladman as group strategy director

Thursday, 05 January 2012
Old Mutual appoints Ian Gladman as group strategy director Ian Gladman has become group strategy director of Old Mutual plc and will be a member of the group's executive committee. Gladman will assume responsibility for group strategy from Don Hope, who had indicated that he would like to retire from the Group later in 2012. Until his retirement, Hope will remain on the executive committee, as chairman of the group's Bermudan business and on the board of Nedbank. http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

Ian Gladman has become group strategy director of Old Mutual plc and will be a member of the group's executive committee. Gladman will assume responsibility for group strategy from Don Hope, who had indicated that he would like to retire from the Group later in 2012. Until his retirement, Hope will remain on the executive committee, as chairman of the group's Bermudan business and on the board of Nedbank.

Gladman worked previously at UBS Investment Bank where he spent 16 years, most recently as co-head of Financial Institutions, EMEA, covering a range of UK and European insurance companies, banks and asset managers. Prior to that he was head of corporate finance South Africa for UBS, during which time he advised on Old Mutual's IPO and also advised Nedbank on various assignments. Prior to joining UBS, Gladman worked at Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan.

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