Andrew Formica, the co-chief executive of global fund manager Janus Henderson, has resigned his position effective immediately.
In a statement on the ASX this morning, Janus Henderson announced that its global co-chief executive Andrew Formica had resigned, effective today.
Following Mr Formica's departure Dick Weil has been appointed as the sole chief executive of the global fund manager, which manages US$370 billion.
Mr Formica has been touted in recent weeks as a possible successor to AMP chief executive Craig Meller, who brought forward his resignation to 30 April following revelations at the royal commission.
Mr Formica, an Australia, worked for Henderson Group when it was acquired by AMP and then later demerged in 2003.
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