Richard Staveley resigned as managing director, strategic public equity, at Gresham House PLC, after 20 months in the role.
Mr. Staveley has left, effective immediately, a regulatory filing said. He joined from Majedie Asset Management. Further details on his resignation and future plans were not available.
Mr. Staveley was also one of the fund managers at Gresham House Strategic, a £58 million ($82 million) independent alternative investment fund specializing in small U.K. and European companies. On Monday, GHS put its investment manager, Gresham House Asset Management, on notice as a formality due to a planned strategic review.
GHS is one of several funds run by Gresham House's strategic equity team, the regulatory filing said. Laurence Hulse, associate director, and Tony Dalwood, CEO at Gresham House and chairman of GHS's investment committee, will continue to manage GHS's portfolio, a spokesman confirmed.