In November, the CEO of asset-management firm Barings, Tom Finke, right, speaks at a ceremony at Romare Bearden Park to dedicate 300 South Tryon, (visible in background), a new office tower that Barings is anchoring.
In November, the CEO of asset-management firm Barings, Tom Finke, right, speaks at a ceremony at Romare Bearden Park to dedicate 300 South Tryon, (visible in background), a new office tower that Barings is anchoring. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
In November, the CEO of asset-management firm Barings, Tom Finke, right, speaks at a ceremony at Romare Bearden Park to dedicate 300 South Tryon, (visible in background), a new office tower that Barings is anchoring. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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