A 17-Year Invesco Vet Bids Adieu
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A 17-Year Invesco Vet Bids Adieu

A 17-year Invesco veteran is saying goodbye, even as the publicly traded fund firm digests its biggest acquisition yet.

Jade Anthony Crumpton
Houston-based Jade Crumpton is leaving Atlanta-based Invesco, MFWire has learned. He most recently served as associate director and national account manager.

Ken Brodsky, who served as senior vice president of national accounts at OppenheimerFunds prior to last month's merger with Invesco, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Invesco spokeswoman Jeaneen Terrio declined to comment, citing company policy.

Crumpton joined AIM (now part of Invesco) in 2002 on the transfer agency side of the business. He later served as an internal wholesaler before shifting to national accounts in 2013.

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