Charles E. Haldeman, Jr., president and chief operating officer of UAM, announced his resignation last week, after less than two years on the job. He will become chief executive officer of Delaware Investments and Lincoln National Investment Companies of Philadelphia, effective Jan. 3, according to UAM.

Norton H. Reamer, UAM's CEO, founder and board chairman, also announced that he will relinquish the CEO role once a replacement for Haldeman is hired. After Sept. 2000, he will step down as board chairman and become a director and chairman emeritus, said Tucker Hewes, a firm spokesperson.

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