The former chief executive of Singapore-based financial advice firm AAM Advisory has been dismissed, International Adviser has learned.
Matthew Dabbs was sacked on 27 June after reportedly sending inappropriate content to colleagues.
AAM was acquired by Old Mutual International in 2016.
Dabbs was one of the founding members of the company and, after stepping down as chief executive, remained with the firm in an unspecified executive role.
An OMI spokesperson told International Adviser: “We can confirm that having been replaced by Eryk Lee as CEO of AAM Advisory in April, Matthew Dabbs has now left the business.”