Leon Black to step down as Apollo CEO after review of Epstein ties

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By Mike Spector and Chibuike Oguh NEW YORK (Reuters) — Leon Black said on Monday he would step down as chief executive at Apollo Global Management Inc, the firm he co-founded 31 years ago and turned into a Wall Street powerhouse, following an independent review of his ties to the late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. While Black, whose net worth is pegged by Forbes at $8.2 billion, will remain Apollo’s chairman, his decision to step down as CEO illustrates how doing business with Epstein weighed on the reputation of one of Wall Street’s most prominent investment firms. Apo…

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