Calamos Asset Management
is searching for a new general counsel and secretary. James Hamman
, who has held the title of general counsel and secretary for the past nine years, decided to leave the company at the end of this month. A spokesperson for Calamos told the MFWire
that Hamman retiring.
Calamos Asset Management, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLMS - News) today announced that James S. Hamman, Jr., general counsel and secretary for the past nine years, has decided to leave the organization later this month. Calamos said that a search for his successor would be initiated shortly.
Calamos Asset Management, Inc. (Nasdaq: CLMS - News) is a diversified investment firm offering equity, fixed-income, convertible and alternative investment strategies, among others. The firm serves institutions and individuals via separately managed accounts and a family of open-end and closed-end funds, offering a risk-managed approach to capital appreciation and income-producing strategies. For more information, visit http://www.calamos.com.
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