The CEO of Winton Capital Group has left the firm.
Pensions & Investments reported that Tony Fenner-Leitao stepped down from London-based Winton to relocate to the U.S. for undisclosed family reasons. Fenner-Leitao, who has been with Winton since 2008, was named CEO last year.
Winton founder and executive chairman David Harding will act as interim CEO while the board decides on a permanent arrangement.
Founded in 1997, Winton Capital is one of the largest hedge fund firms in the world with $25 billion in AuM. It was recently reported that the firm is expanding its U.S. presence with the launch of a New York office this summer.