(Bloomberg) -- Fidelity Investments said Ronald P. O’Hanley, the firm’s head of asset management since 2010, will leave at the end of February, without giving a reason.

The Boston-based firm, the second-largest mutual fund company, plans to replace O’Hanley with an internal successor, which it didn’t name, according to a memo to employees today from President Abigail Johnson.

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