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BAM appoints new investment sales manager

Britannic Asset Management has appointed Richard Pursglove as UK investment sales manager.

In this role Pursglove will be responsible for the day to day management of the investment sales team..

He says “BAM is a fast growing company with huge potential. We have ambitious growth plans for the year ahead and I look forward to the challenge and being part of a successful team.”

BAM head of retail sales Steve Kenny says “I am delighted that Richard is joining the team. He brings with him a wealth of experience and is highly regarded in the market.”

In addition to Pursglove&#39s appointment BAM is also planning to open a new office in London.

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