Our reporters are well aware that our readers like the so-called people stories. For this reason, it comes as no surprise that AMWatch' top ten most-read articles for 2020 reflect this interest, with a few Covid-19 lockdown articles being the exception to the rule.
This most-read story on AMWatch illustrates a trend which we have often seen over the past few years – that of investment professionals setting up a business of their own. This is what Mattias Gustawsson, who quit his steady job as Director at Lyxor Asset Management, did and started his own company after working 22 years in London at investment banks like Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse.
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