Fidelity Investments chief administrative officer, Tom Ryan, has stepped down from his role, Pensions & Investments reports. He had worked under Ronald O’Hanley, who took over as president of asset management in May. Prior to joining Fidelity, Ryan served at the U.S. Treasury Department under Secretary Henry Paulson from 2006 to 2009. Separately, Jack Callahan, executive vice president of sales for Fidelity Workplace Investing, is also leaving the firm at the end of the month.
Click here for the story from Pensions & Investments.
Click here for additional coverage from Investment News.