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Raynor moves up to run Grosvenor FM

Published on April 11th, 2013

Grosvenor has appointed James Raynor to be the next chief executive of Grosvenor Fund Management (GFM), succeeding Jeffrey Weingarten, who will join Grosvenor’s board as a non-executive director. The changes…

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