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Movers & shakers: March 30

Newton hires Catherine Booth as business development manager

Source ETF head makes surprise departure

Fast growing ETF manager loses co-founder

Bogle’s stance on ETFs ‘utter nonsense’

Providers react angrily to Vanguard founder’s attack

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Jupiter boss muses on challenges of operating in the spotlight

Movers & shakers: March 23

Loomis Sayles has promoted Kevin Charleston to chief executive

Barclays staff still overpaid, says Fraser

Head of Investor Forum says pay has come down but has a way to go

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Bridging gap between investor and company

Simon Fraser aims to foster dialogue and focus on long-term issues

Movers & shakers: March 16

Seyi Owodunni joins Emerging Capital Partners as a managing director

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John James to replace Tom Rampulla

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