Tom Bailey, who founded Janus Capital and who stepped down as CEO in 2002, is now relinquishing his seat on the board since he has reached 72, the mandatory age for retirement at the firm, Rocky Mountain News reports.

Although he sold his $1.2 billion stake in the firm when he left as chief executive, he still owns a significant amount of company stock and shares in the firm’s funds.

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