Abrdn's CEO of Discretionary Richard Charnock set to retire

Julia Bahr
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Richard Charnock, CEO Discretionary at abrdn, is set to retire and will be stepping down from his role in April, abrdn has revealed. Charnock (pictured) is CEO of abrdn Capital, the discretionary investment management services arm of the investment and life giant, which offers services to the wealth sector in the UK and the Channel Islands. David Driver will become head of Discretionary after a period of handover, the company said. Driver has been a director of the Discretionary business at abrdn for 12 years and has held discretionary investment management and private client leadersh...

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