AIM Is On The Verge Of Naming A New Tech Chief


Former AIM Tech Chief, Hasenyager, Writes One Book, is onto Another, And Still Wants to Jump Back into The CIO Fray

AIM Management Group, the Houston-based mutual fund company with $65 billion in assets under management, will soon name a new chief technology officer, a position that has been vacant since the firm's former CTO, Bruce Hasenyager, a highly experienced chief information officer with a long track record on Wall Street, left the company in April 1996.

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