Odey Asset Management CEO Tim Pearey resigns

James Baxter-Derrington
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Chief executive officer of Odey Asset Management Tim Pearey has resigned his role after more than 20 years at the business.  Pearey became sole CEO at the end of 2020 as founder Crispin Odey stepped back to manage a newly-launched fund in the midst of his assault trial, from which he was found not guilty in March 2021. He had been a partner with the firm since 2009 and spent six years as co- and then sole CEO. Odey Asset Management sees profits soar to £40m A spokesperson for the firm said: "After 20 years with the firm, and six as CEO, Tim Pearey has resigned from the firm. ...

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