GAM shareholders approve new board at EGM

Eve Maddock-Jones
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GAM shareholders voted in favour of the proposed board members at the extraordinary general meeting held today (27 September). The former board members, including GAM's former CEO Peter Sanderson, all elected to step down from their roles after the collapse of Liontrust's takeover bid for the firm. The EGM was convened to allow investors to vote on proposals put forward by NewGAMe, which has a near 10% stake in GAM and fought against the Liontrust takeover attempt. Shareholders approved the appointment of Antoine Spillmann as chair of the board, who was CEO and partner at Bruellan,...

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