] could see some reductions in both fund offerings and office space, according to a Reuters
The firm's executives don't expect to see a full-scale cost cutting moves like happened in 2010, wrote Reuters
reporter Ross Kerber.
That round of cuts saw Legg Mason's employee force cut from 1,800 to 1,000.
The Baltimore-based firm is looking to ""decrease the complexity of our fund complex," CFO Pete Nachtwey
said at a conference this week.
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