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Gluskin Sheff + Associates CEO to retire; successor named

Gluskin Sheff+ Associates Inc. on April 7 announced that Jeremy Freedman hasindicated his intention to retire as president, CEO and a director of thecompany, effective June 30.

Thomas MacMillan will be appointed CEO as of July 1.

Freedman joined the company in 2000, and took overresponsibility for all day-to-day operations beginning in 2001. He served thecompany as COO, and then deputy CEO, before being appointed president and CEOon July 1, 2010.

Among other positions, MacMillan served as president and CEOof CIBC Mellon for 11 years, from 1998 to 2009. He served as chair of Blair Franklin Asset Management at the time of itsacquisition by Gluskin Sheff in 2014.

Upon his appointment as CEO, MacMillan will continue aschair of the board. Paul Beeston will continue as vice chair, and NancyLockhart will be appointed lead director. Lockhart has been a director of thecompany since December 2013.