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Britannic Asset Management….

Britannic Asset Management served up its bid to become one of the big hitters in tennis sponsorship this week in a £1.5m deal with the Lawn Tennis Association.

The deal includes a two-year sponsorship deal for the Ladies International Championship at Eastbourne in June.

Pictured above, from left: LTA chief executive John Crowther, BAM marketing director Douglas Ferrans and BBC presenter John Inverdale.

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