Bill Gross's 44-Year-Old Successor Quits To Spend Time With Kids “While They Still Like Me”

Bill Gross’s 44-Year-Old Successor Quits To Spend Time With Kids “While They Still Like Me”

In the wake of Friday’s underwhelming jobs number, the media has been hungry for stories about people quitting prestigious jobs – like the Goldman MD who reportedly quit after making a fortune off dogecoin.

The latest example comes courtesy of Bloomberg, which reported last night that the man who succeeded legendary ‘Bond King’ Bill Gross as the head of global bonds at Janus Henderson (which oversees some $400 billion) has abruptly quit the firm to ‘spend more time with family’.

And while that familiar line is closely associated with departing executives looking to obscure the unsavory nature of their departure, in Nick Maroutsos’ case, it’s  not only genuine